L’AVION held the Meeting with German Stem Cell Experts themed “Rejuvenation-Time-reversing Venture” in Beijing on April 20, 2018. Dr. Christoph Ganss from TICEBA shared the knowledge of stem cells for anti-aging and treatment, and answered the questions of customers. Shao Hui, board chairman of L’AVION Group was also invited to share his experience in health management at the meeting.
Dr. Christoph Ganss from TICEBA delivered a speech
Dr. Ganss pointed out in the speech that the aging was mainly caused by the changes in genes/DNAs, energy/nutrients/protein homeostasis and cells/stem cells, and introduced the method of acquiring and cultivating stem cells through advanced science and technology to help people delay aging. Dr. Ganss said that the technology for extracting the stem cells from the body for increment and cultivation was already well-developed. Transferring such the cultivated stem cells back to the body could directly increase the total number of stem cells in the body, reduce the inflammatory response of the body and improve the state of the body.
Experience sharing by Shao Hui, board chairman of L’AVION
At the meeting, Mr. Shao Hui shared his health management plan, covering health management, functional management, precision treatment and technology-based anti-aging. During his sharing, he said banteringly that he was an “experimental mouse” for various projects of L’AVION. Obviously, he was also the beneficiary of various medical sciences. Besides the change in mental outlook, what’s mostly impressive was his replacement of “intraocular lens”, which helped him completely get rid of the dual problems of myopia and hypermetropia.
On that day of the meeting, loyal customers of L’AVION came from different place to attended this event in Beijing, and their questions were answered patiently by Dr. Ganss.
Dr. Christoph Ganss was also attended the series Expert Meeting held by L’AVION in Suzhou Marriott Hotel Taihu Lake on April 21, to share the knowledge of stem cells for anti-aging and treatment with more people.