Inflammation resolution can be stimulated! A novel insight that has led to very recent innovations based on many years’ scientific research into the fascinating system of inflammation. Inflammation resolution is not a passive, uncontrollable process. That’s a key finding from pioneering research at Harvard Medical School. Inflammation resolution runs through specific pathways and depends on a number of specific factors that can be stimulated.
The discoveries with regard to the resolution phase of inflammation and the key role played by SPM (Specialized Pro-resolving Mediators) open the way to innovative treatments for the ever-increasing group of patients suffering from chronic inflammation.
Professor Charles Serhan, a world authority who heads research into resolution of inflammation at Harvard, and an outstanding panel of leading European specialists with practical clinical experience with SPM in their own medical field, including cardiology, neurology and autoimmune diseases.