AWAWA: Who We Are
Sustainable Quality of Life Guarantee
As a leading regenerative medicine oriented organisation in the Asia Pacific region, backed by numerous world-known institutions and organisations including but not limited to China Regenerative Medicine, Healios, Gwoxi Stem Cell Applied Technology, Global Citizen Capital and StemGenn Therapeutics , Asia World Anti-Aging and Well-Being Association has been at the forefront of making a difference in the community. We support the passion of researchers, scientists, professors doctors and other professionals who want to create a lasting change by addressing the causes of our greatest challenge - that of quality of life maintenance throughout one's entire lifetime
Our Mission is Simple: Live Everyday to Our Fullest
Fostering the Best "Us"
Just as everyone has their own definition of 'success,' we all have slightly different ideas of what constitutes a high-quality life. Research shows, however, that there are some things that make life more enjoyable to virtually all people, things that are more highly correlated with happiness, life satisfaction, a stronger ability to cope with stress, and a higher quality of life in general.
Happily, most or all of these elements can be added to one's lifestyle for little or no money, so virtually everyone can improve their quality of life in these ways.
On top of that, regenerative medicine shall serve to make this a reality!
Core Areas of Research
A comprehensive 360-degree Approach
Gene therapy is an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent disease. In the future, this technique may allow doctors to treat a disorder by inserting a gene into a patient’s cells instead of using drugs or surgery.
Researchers are testing several approaches to gene therapy, including replacing a mutated gene that causes disease with a healthy copy of the gene, inactivating, or “knocking out,” a mutated gene that is functioning improperly, or Introducing a new gene into the body to help fight a disease.
Although gene therapy is a promising treatment option for a number of diseases (including inherited disorders, some types of cancer, and certain viral infections), the technique remains risky and is still under study to make sure that it will be safe and effective. Gene therapy is currently being tested only for diseases that have no other cures.
Hormones are our body’s chemical messengers. Produced in the endocrine glands, these powerful chemicals travel around your bloodstream telling tissues and organs what to do. They help control many of our body’s major processes, including metabolism and reproduction.
When we have a hormonal imbalance, we have too much or too little of a certain hormone. Even tiny changes can have serious effects throughout our whole body.
Think of hormones like a cake recipe. Too much or too little of any one ingredient affects the final product. While some hormone levels fluctuate throughout our lifetime and may just be the result of natural aging, other changes occur when our endocrine glands get the recipe wrong. The focus is hence to restore the balance at an age-appropriate level.
Stem cells are the body's raw materials — cells from which all other cells with specialized functions are generated. Under the right conditions in the body or a laboratory, stem cells divide to form more cells called daughter cells.
These daughter cells either become new stem cells (self-renewal) or become specialized cells (differentiation) with a more specific function, such as blood cells, brain cells, heart muscle cells or bone cells. No other cell in the body has the natural ability to generate new cell types.
Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, promotes the repair response of diseased, dysfunctional or injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives. It is the next chapter in organ transplantation and uses cells instead of donor organs, which are limited in supply. Researchers grow stem cells in a lab. These stem cells are manipulated to specialize into specific types of cells, such as heart muscle cells, blood cells or nerve cells.
Herbal remedies have been used in traditional medicine practices for centuries for a wide range of diseases and are a promising alternative, offering substantial improvement of patient conditions and significantly decreased disease symptoms, although the mechanisms of action of individual and mixtures of herbal plant extracts mostly remain undetermined.
The origin of these herbal extracts is mainly from Chinese traditional medicine, Indian Ayurveda medicine, and other South East Asian and Middle Eastern traditional medicine practices.
Investigating the proliferative, differentiation, and cytotoxic effects of different herbal extracts on stem cells may provide in-depth insights into their disease-curing mechanisms.