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Dr. Andrew Petersen works for Hexagon Therapies. They are pioneers in research human umbilical cord blood and cord blood plasma as therapy. It has been found that such therapies may be highly rich in anti-inflammatory cytokines. The plasma is thought to be able to slow down the effects brought on aging.

Dr. Andrew Petersen is a practicing doctor in Kansas and Texas. He is an expert in complete family medicine care, hubs, making personal visits and even nursing homes. He has been a practicing doctor for nearly 10 years.

In recent years Dr. Andrew Petersen has begun doing advance research in areas he felt were not currently treated by medical gold standards. These include general aging, hormonal problems like hypothyroidism, CFS, metabolic disorders, Fibromyalgia and more.

After he began his work on cutting-edge medical care, he also became a fellow of the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He also has A4M in stem cell therapy. He is on the board of International Lyme and Association Disease Society.

Dr. Petersen first started off with a degree in microbiology from Brigham Young University. He then went to train in medicine at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas, where he finished a dually accredited AMA/AOa residency in family medicine in Altoona Family Phyicians. He was Chief Resident there. Now he does cutting-edge research in cord plasma for Hexagon Therapies.


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“Current Clinical Trial of Human Umbilical Cord Blood Plasma on aging. Currently in Phase 1.

Quality of Life Improvements With Cord Blood Plasma

No results yet. Study completion date to be August 2019

The goal is to use six intravenous infusions of human umbilical cord blood over 12 months to achieve an anti-aging effect.

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