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Kalyagen Releases Free eBook, ‘The Stemregen Effect – Tapping into the Power of Your Own Stem Cells’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Kalyagen® has announced the release and availability of a free eBook, "The Stemregen Effect - Tapping into the Power of Your Own Stem Cells," which provides an overview of how stem cells are the body's repair system and how STEMREGEN®, a natural stem cell enhancer, has been documented to increase the number of circulating stem cells by stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization (ESCM).

Intelicure Health and Kalyagen Announce Partnership to Distribute STEMREGEN in Canada

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Kalyagen® and Intelicure Health Inc. announced today that they have entered into an agreement to promote and distribute throughout Canada STEMREGEN®, a natural stem cell enhancer documented to increase the number of circulating stem cells by stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization (ESCM).

Kalyagen Announces Next ‘The Stemregen Effect’ Commercial Featuring Actor Chris Spencer

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Kalyagen™ is pleased to announce that the next part of "The Stemregen Effect" digital media campaign will be filmed in Belize and feature actor, comedian, writer and producer Chris Spencer to promote STEMREGEN®, a natural stem cell enhancer documented to increase the number of circulating stem cells by stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization (ESCM).

Kalyagen Launches ‘Stem the Tide of Time’ Campaign Featuring NBA Hall of Fame Finalist Marques Johnson

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Kalyagen is pleased to announce the launch of its "Stem the Tide of Time" social media campaign featuring former UCLA Bruin and Milwaukee Buck All-Star Marques Johnson to promote STEMREGEN;, a natural stem cell enhancer documented to increase the number of circulating stem cells by stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization (ESCM).

Brandon Stem Cell Clinic Offers Life-changing Treatment Options for Degenerative Diseases

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Brandon Stem Cell Clinic (BSCC) recognizes that osteoarthritis is one of the most common joint conditions, affecting nearly 630 million people worldwide. It is commonly associated with aging but is also frequently seen in cases of overuse of joints. The growing number of cases alone prove a need for innovative and effective treatments as populations continue to age.

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