Extracellular Vesicles (Exosomes) — Online CME Courses
The Next Generation of Biologic Medicine
Extracellular vesicles (commonly referred to as Exosomes) are tiny, subcellular, membrane-bound vesicles that are released by a wide variety of cell types and cancer cells and that can carry membrane and cellular proteins, as well as DNA, microRNA (miRNA), and various other types of RNA, including mRNA fragments, representative of the cell of origin.
AMMG’s Online CME Extracellular Vesicles (Exosomes) Courses* explore the evidence-based science behind Extracellular Vesicles and their use in a variety of areas in clinical Age Management Medicine such as biomarkers, ways of treating disease, and use as targeted delivery vehicles for therapeutic molecules.
Our presenters deliver the straight talk about extracellular vesicles—solid, scientific research and trailblazing protocols that are making a difference in patients’ lives—and 21st century medicine.
These recorded lectures were previously accredited live presentations at AMMG events.
* Educational grant provided by Organicell.
COMPLIANCE DISCLOSURE: AMMG has made every effort to have all lectures and statements made regarding Extracellular Vesicles comply with all FDA and State and Local laws. This is a science and knowledge based course, and Extracellular Vesicles is a new and potentially changing area of medicine. Currently Extracellular Vesicles can only be used in conjunction with an IRB with a FWA plus and IND/BLA, meaning FDA approval for a phase 1 clinical trial must be granted. We encourage you to frequently check for new policies, laws and rules which may apply to your practice and to strictly adhere to all laws which apply.