Stem Cell Company’s Merger with a Cosmetics Company
Posted by attilacsordas on October 3, 2006
As I mentioned before, continuous regeneration treatment of the whole human body called Pimm could be interpreted as inside plastic surgery for functional reasons. And now here comes one nice example of the present biotech trend: NEW YORK, Oct. 3, 2006 — National Stem Cell Holding, Inc. , a biotech company, today announced the completion of a merger with Azurel, Ltd.. The new company will trade under the name National Stem Cell Holding, Inc. The merger agreement provides for a 37-1 reverse stock split which will take effect upon the commencement of National Stem Cell Holding, Inc. trading. National Stem Cell, Inc., will become a wholly owned subsidiary of National Stem Cell Holding, Inc. Michael Cohen, CEO of National Stem Cell, says, “We are very excited to complete the merger and look forward to expanding the scope of our research in regenerative medicine.” Link
More on stem cells’ involvement in cosmetics: here.
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