Edward Park

Archives Week 16 – Sept 10th, 2022

Exosomes Webinar – September 20th, 2020 This webinar explores the basic anatomy of the shoulder and common injuries https://www.rechargebiomedical.com/webinar-3-the-shoulders/ Telomere Blog: Sept 24th, 2015 A study showed that a form of premature aging was treatable by adding back telomerase activity https://www.rechargebiomedical.com/premature-aging-linked-to-telomeres-cure-found/ Slice of Life Blog – July 5th, 2018 President Biden just announced plans to …

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Archives Week 14 – August 20th, 2022

  Exosome Webinar – Oct 24th 2021 “The Difference between Stem Cells and Exosomes” –    In this webinar, I addressed the common question; spoiler alert: stem cells are to exosomes as musicians are to the songs…   Telomere Blogs – Oct 15, 2015 Alzheimer’s is related to shortening telomeres and the latter is probably …

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Archives Week 13- August 13th, 2022

EXOSOME Webinar “Aging”- March 21, 2021 Recently, I’ve received several new patients because friends noted they looked much younger. This webinar explains the possible role of exosomes in mitigating aging   https://www.rechargebiomedical.com/exosomes-webinar-22-aging/       Telomere Blogs – Feb 10, 2015 New life trajectory for man whose childhood illness stunted growth and damaged his immune …

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Archives Week 11 – July 30, 2022

  EXOSOME BLOG- May 16 ,2020  “Tinnitus” I have been contacted by two patients who experience tinnitus after mRNA spike protein therapy.The first gradually improved with supportive measures; the second has ongoing severe single-tone ringing at 8/10 which relented for an eight hour period five days after exosome treatment but is still persisting despite therapy. …

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Archives Week 10 – July , 2022

  EXOSOME BLOG- Nov 30, 2019 “Reading is FUNdamental” Last week, my mom complained of a headache after spending nearly 5 hours engrossed in a book. I don’t think she has ever read for five hours and likely had hypoglycemia and dehydration.For other instances of older women enjoying reading after exosome treatments, see this blog …

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Archives Week 9 – June 8th, 2022

What is my clinical approach to exosome use? Watch the final installment of the foundational lectures In this week’s news, they are discussing a “cure for cancer”. My blogs from 7 and 12 years ago explain all you need to know On a visit to Harvard, I was reminded of how binary thinking is the …

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Physician training in exosomes now being offered

For the typical person, my educational materials are more than enough education and you can download them here: https://www.rechargebiomedical.com/exosome_shortlinks.xlsx If you are a medical provider or know someone who is, the kinds of questions regarding exosome therapies can be quite different.  That is why I am starting masterclasses for providers that will cover issues of …

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Vitamin K is needed for Vitamin D to function properly

I posted a video from the memorial of my dear friend, Tamara Sofi. As a leader in the field of nutrition, she was passionate about getting the word out about the role of Vitamin K (Mk4 and MK7 forms) in utilizing Vitamin D. Without these special forms of Vitamin K, taking vitamin D can actually …

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