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Dreschnack M.D

Paul Dreschnack M.D

Plastic Surgery

Creating is the mere essence of beauty

Paul Dreschnack, MD

Paul Dreschnack, MD

Plastic Surgery New York

Dr. Dreschnack is an internationally established Plastic Surgeon and Humanitarian. He joined Dr. Sharadkumar Dicksheet, founder of the India Project to work in the poorest regions of India, giving new hope and life to children who had none. Making 3 to 4 trips to India a year along with 11 other Plastic Surgeons in the New York area, operated on about 300,000 children free of charge. Children with birth defects in India suffer from the deformities themselves, but there is a social exclusion, unemployment and limited marriage possibilities, that often lead to the death of these children. Estimates are as high as 10,000,000 lives were impacted by free surgery for these children. After more then 15 years of this work, Dr. Dreschnack has been the recipient of numerous awards and knighthoods. He is a four time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, along with Dr. Dicksheet, and has been nominated by the US Congress for a Nobel Prize in Medicine. The Association of Operating Room Nurses awarded him the 1999 Distinguished Surgeon Award by the Tampa Bay Chapter. Dr. Dreschanck is very involved in Stem Cell research and is currently working on his Master’s Degree in History at Harvard University despite his busy schedule.

Dr. Dreschnack is an internationally established Plastic Surgeon and Humanitarian. He joined Dr. Sharadkumar Dicksheet, founder of the India Project to work in the poorest regions of India, giving new hope and life to children who had none. Making 3 to 4 trips to India a year along with 11 other Plastic Surgeons in the New York area, operated on about 300,000 children free of charge. Children with birth defects in India suffer from the deformities themselves, but there is a social exclusion, unemployment and limited marriage possibilities, that often lead to the death of these children. Estimates are as high as 10,000,000 lives were impacted by free surgery for these children. After more then 15 years of this work, Dr. Dreschnack has been the recipient of numerous awards and knighthoods. He is a four time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, along with Dr. Dicksheet, and has been nominated by the US Congress for a Nobel Prize in Medicine. The Association of Operating Room Nurses awarded him the 1999 Distinguished Surgeon Award by the Tampa Bay Chapter. Dr. Dreschanck is very involved in Stem Cell research and is currently working on his Master’s Degree in History at Harvard University despite his busy schedule.

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Exosomes

Exosomes are so-called extracellular vesicles, or small bubbles, released from cells, especially from stem cells.

stem cell

Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, promotes the repair response of diseased, dysfunctional or injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives.

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