Dr. Rongxiang Xu (1958-2015)
Beyond A Legend
The late Rongxiang Xu, MD (1958-2015), graduated from the Qingdao Medical College in China. Trained as a surgeon, Dr. Xu witnessed the pain and scarring of burn patients treated with conventional therapy and was determined to discover a more effective, less painful approach. He developed a new therapy for burns that helped to restore the physiological structure and function of the skin and other tissues, thereby dramatically reducing pain, illness, and death.
Through years of studies, Dr. Xu and his research team revealed important new fundamental principles for regenerating adult tissue and organs, translating this knowledge into novel topical therapies. Dr. Xu’s significant contributions saved lives, revolutionized wound therapy, and dramatically improved the quality of life for countless patients around the world.
Over the past three decades, Dr. Xu’s research in tissue repair and regeneration led to multiple U.S. patents and the growth of his successful multi-national company, MEBO International. His scientific achievements have been acknowledged by U.S. Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and George H. W. Bush. The Chinese government honored Dr. Xu for his numerous contributions with a commemorative stamp with his image.