Dr. David Evdokimow MD is a plastic, hand, and microvascular surgeon and has been board-certified in general and plastic surgery. During his work as a surgeon in the field of plastic and reconstructive, hand, and microvascular he became interested in the natural ability of the human body to heal itself. He then decided to shift his focus to the study of the clinical application of fat grafting, stem cells, exosomes, and other bioactive substances. With recent advances in the understanding of the aging process today Dr. David Evdokimow MD believes that Regenerative Medicine is just another step in fighting the disease which affects 100% of the world population – Aging.
One of the key spokesmen for the blog was quoted as saying, “Dr. David Evdokimow MD is one of the physicians helping to find the way to clinically applicable regenerative therapies.” He adds, “The new blog has a focus on the topic of intercellular data transfer and communications and the role which Extracellular Vesicle and particular the Exosomes play in it.”
This blog has five areas of focus:
It has been created with the aim of explaining the current state of medical knowledge in a form that is understandable for individuals seeking information and answers to regenerative and age-related topics. Dr. Evdokimow MD believes that fighting aging and age-related diseases is the ultimate way to meaningful active life and personal freedom. Aging affects all people, so fighting it should be a team effort.
Some of the blogs are written in direct response to people expressing interest and asking questions about the topics discussed. Those who would like to keep an eye on the latest details and clinically applicable developments in the field of regenerative medicine and aging are welcome to visit his website.
About Dr. David Evdokimow MD
Dr. David Evdokimow. MD began his career in Sweden where he became a licensed physician. He moved to the USA where he completed a year of internal medicine followed by 5 years of General Surgery and received a Board Certification in General Surgery. He continued his training with a fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine where he received board certification in plastic surgery followed by a second Fellowship in Hand and Microvascular Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston’s Children’s Hospital-Harvard Medical School.