Dear Friends and Colleagues, 
 
Like many of you, we have been actively monitoring developments related to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. There is no higher priority to us than the health, safety and well-being of our participants, staff, partners, guests and the community at large.
In light of the ongoing uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic, we have made the necessary decision to transform  the 11th Edition of the International Conference on Regenerative Surgery into virtual edition. 
 
Therefore, we are pleased to announce that the Conference  will proceed as scheduled, on December 10-11-12, 2020 as a fully digital event, on digital platform.
 
This decision balances the health and safety considerations so essential in our current, uncertain environment and the strong desire to continue our commitment and enable participants to join debates, fostering the exchange of scientific expertise as well as encouraging collaborative scientific initiatives.
 
Further details on the program and registration will follow.
 
We hope that we can count on your commitment and flexibility in these challenging times and we are confident that with your support we will make the Eleventh edition  a great event.  We are waiting for you in December!
 
Your sincerely,
 
Valerio Cervelli
Conference President

Rationale

Introduction

The origin of the international term “Regenerative Surgery” may be dated back to 2 November 2004, when the American federal government approved the resolution number 71 – a two billion dollars fund, to be delivered in ten years, in favour of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine.
Ever since, for about three years, the meaning of the term Regenerative Medicine was largely debated.

Today, everyone agrees on considering Regenerative Medicine and Surgery to be an interdisciplinary field of researches and clinic applications mainly focused on trying to repair, replace and/or regenerate cells, tissues and/or organs in order to restore functions that were lost for a number of reasons – congenital defects, disease, damage and age among others.

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