Cameron Clokie Progress in Health Innovation

Cameron Clokie is the Chief Executive Officer of an Induce Biologics Inc., a company whose goal is to offer solutions concerning Musculoskeletal.

According to Bloomberg, Cameron Clokie is also a surgeon of maxillofacial and oral, an entrepreneur and even a scientist. For more than thirty years, Cameron has been committed to clinical practice and academic dentistry. He has been a professor at the University of Toronto in the field of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery.

Additionally, he has been the chief leader of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery since 1998 until he retired. Apart from that Cameron has involved himself in academic research which has enabled him to write and publish many journals in the area of regenerative medicine and on bone reconstruction both locally and globally.

As a result of his broad and deep knowledge, Cameron has managed to own more than twenty-five international patents. This has enabled him to partner with other business and also apply his expertise in business.

Due to his desire to help patients that usually undergo reconstructive surgery, Cameron has developed a method that can reset the skeletal clock of the jaw such that the bones will like those of a baby.

This technique uses a protein that induces the old stem cells to become bone tissue. Using that method he has treated several patients who need reconstructive surgery.

Mr. Russel who was a patient that underwent the treatment praised the technique by saying that it was a blessing to him. Currently his jaw is very young; in fact, the tissue of his jaw that he lost due benign cancer has grown again by seven centimeters.

During U of T conference on regenerative medicine, Cameron presented cases of Mr. Russel and Ms. McFarlane who underwent the old way of surgery. In the case of Ms. McFarlane, the process was painful as it involved getting fat, muscle and bone from other parts of the body to fill gaps jaw area.

Also, Ms. Mc Farlane underwent an intensive care unit after the 19-hour process and stayed in the hospital for two weeks. In the other case of Mr. Russel, he only stayed in the hospital for just two nights after a four-hour process. Read more: Cameron Clokie Believes Technology is Changing Dentistry For The Better

The surgery was also not painful, and still, no bone or muscle was taken from another part of the body. This shows Cameron innovation is a milestone in the field of health.

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