Regenerative medicine is a controversial field, still in its infancy. There are academic researchers and major biotech companies testing key treatments in high-profile, vetted clinical trials and making incredible progress. But there are also fringe clinics promising stem cell injections that can cure everything from Alzheimer’s disease to cerebral palsy, though they have no evidence to back up those claims. Indeed, it is difficult to separate what is a legitimate therapy versus what is a scam offering. So, what is real and what is hype?