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RBCC Explores New Cures for Cancer, Brain Injuries & Headaches

Published: Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, January 31, 2012
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Rainbow Coral Corp. is hard at work identifying and targeting promising new stem-cell treatments for commercialization.

Cutting-edge stem cell research is producing new breakthroughs that could potentially revolutionize the treatment of currently incurable diseases from cancer to brain injuries to headaches.

As the world’s population ages and the economic might of emerging countries such as China and India blossoms, the market is increasing daily for new and effective cures to old ailments. RBCC plans to capitalize on recent growth in the biosciences sector by commercializing advanced-stage research with the potential to produce new treatments.

RBCC is aiming high. The company’s current target, n3D Biosciences, has developed a breakthrough cell-culturing system that allows scientists to grow 3D stem cells that behave much more similarly to cells found in the body. This product may directly assist with advanced discoveries to find cures for common injuries and diseases.

With the help of its new allies in BioHouston, RBCC plans to identify new targets on the cutting-edge of biotechnology for acquisition and joint venture.


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