Exosomes in Jew Jersey
Learn More About Exosomes! With offices in Englewood Cliffs and Old Bridge board-certified New Jersey cosmetic dermatologist Jeffrey Rapaport treats hair and scalp disorders.
What Are Exosomes?
Disclaimer: All statements provided on this website are for informational purposes only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment of any medical problem. Currently, there are no FDA-approved exosome products. Exosomes don’t prevent, cure or treat diseases or conditions.
With offices in Englewood Cliffs and Old Bridge board-certified New Jersey cosmetic dermatologist Jeffrey Rapaport treats hair and scalp disorders. In the last 4 years, he has treated close to 3,000 patients, making him one of the most experienced specialists in the country. Dr. Rapaport has traveled the world teaching others about the protocol, science and benefits of non-surgical hair sessions. He has written two chapters in books about treating hair disorders and has authored numerous articles in peer-reviewed medical journals. He has also presented lectures at major national dermatology conferences. For more information contact New Jersey dermatologist Dr. Jeffrey Rapaport to schedule a consultation at one of his offices or simply call 201-227-1555.
Exosomes are micro vesicles that are involved in intercellular communication and are only about 0.001 the size of a normal cell. It is important to remember that not all exosomes are the same. There are many companies producing exosomes and the contents of the exosomes differ widely.
Exosomes need to be produced by a laboratory that is certified and registered by the FDA. Also the donor must be healthy, fully screened and processed with the highest level of scrutiny and oversight in a certified clean facility that functions under the FDA regulations.
The laboratory must be dedicated to ensuring patient safety by requiring uniform high-quality processing control standards. Exosomes must be safe and free from infections or communicable diseases. All exosomes must be tracked and registered. On December 6, 2019, the FDA issued a notice on exosome. https://www.fda.gov/vaccines-blood-biologics/safety-availability-biologics/public-safety-notification-exosome-products
Your Decision About Exosomes
Before deciding on exosomes it’s important that you consult with Dr. Rapaport. Please fill out the form below or call 201-227-1555 to request an appointment with Dr. Rapaport.