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Anthony Monteforte PhD

SAN DIEGO (May 22, 2009) Sailors from Repair 5 Main hold up the trophy ax after winning the Damage Control Olympics aboard the amphibious assault ship, USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). Damage Control Olympics is an annual competition that pits Bonhomme Richard repair lockers against each other, testing team knowledge, communication and skill to see who is the best locker aboard the ship. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Drew Williams/Released)
January 27, 2017

The Revolution is Now

This post is written in response to Dr. Peter Diamandis’s “Stem Cells are Poised to Change Health and Medicine Forever.” While this article was informative, I have taken the time to elaborate on some of the topics and discussed some inconsistencies with what we have seen in peer-reviewed scientific articles. – Read More –

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October 27, 2016

BMC – The Other Woundcare Option

When a wound occurs the body goes through a step-by-step process to heal and restore tissue. The first step of this process is hemostasis, or blood clotting. Here the platelets in the blood adhere to the injured tissue initiating the clotting cascade. The end result of hemostasis is the activation of fibrinogen, which polymerizes to fibrin and clots the wound. This clot traps the platelets, forms the initial scaffold for tissue repair, and prevents further bleeding. – Read More –