Dr. Mari Mitrani

Dr. Maria Ines “Mari” Mitrani is the Chief Science Officer and co-founder of Organicell Regenerative Medicine, Inc. In this episode of the SoFlo Vegans Podcast, Dr. Mari breaks down the important benefits of stem cells and demystifies some of the controversy surrounding that has become popular over the years. She also talks about the exciting new field of research and technology behind Exosomes.

Covered Topics

 

 

  • Origins of Dr. Mari Mitrani
  • Stem cells, what they are, where to find them, what they do
  • The controversy of getting them from aborted babies
  • Various research on stem cells
  • Stem cells as cures for certain diseases
  • Ethics in stem cell research
  • Exosomes
  • The future of stem cell research
  • Autologous stem cell

About Dr. Mari Mitrani

Dr. Maria Ines “Mari” Mitrani is the Chief Science Officer and co-founder of Organicell Regenerative Medicine, Inc. Dr. Mitrani co-founded the American Cellular & Anti-Aging Center in Quito – Ecuador, one of the first Autologous Stem Cell centers in South America and was instrumental in opening additional stem cell clinics in Guatemala, Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica. Her background in international aid to underprivileged and underserved people shows her dedication to finding natural treatments for health issues affecting people who may not have access to typical Western facilities.  She has been featured on television in South America offering weight loss treatments. Dr. Mitrani has also been published internationally and her multi-language ability broadens the population she can support.

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Sean Russell

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