Master your health and biologically insure your stem cells. because fat stem cells are valuable?

The fat cells contains precious stem cells that are the future of medicine and fat cells are a medically and ethically acceptable source of stem cells.

Potential use of Adipose stem cells

 

Damaged skin

Stem cells can be guided into becoming specific cells they can be used to regenerate and repair diseased or damaged tissues in people, e.g. severe burns or rejuvenation therapy.

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Heart defects

Stem cells have been shown to grow new blood vessels around narrowed or damaged arteries in the limbs and restore impaired blood flow.

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Brain damage

Treating nerve and brain damage such as spinal cord injuries, strokes, traumatic brain injury but also Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral palsy, Alzheimer’s disease

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How stem cell banking after liposuction works

 

Before liposuction (enrolment)After surgery (stem cell collection)On arrival at our laboratory (testing)
Simply call or email us and we will send you an online information pack, this will include a contract, a questionnaire and a consent form. Then you need to digital sign documents

Then:
The signed documents are checked by our doctor
We send the Collection Kit to the plastic surgeon and no deposit is required

When your liposuction is performed:
The collection kit contains everything required to collect the adipose stem cells.

A sample of the patient blood is required and will be collected before the surgery. Law obligates us to check the blood for viruses like HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C.
The surgeon will pack the stem cells for transportation to our laboratory.
Then the surgeon will call us so we can arrange a courier to collect the collection kit from the hospital.
The courier will then deliver the kit to our laboratory for storage.

When the adipose stem cells arrive, they are assigned unique bar codes and transferred into a sterile environment for processing.
Adipose stem cells are tested for contamination
The number and viability of adipose stem cells (CD34+) is assessed
Small samples are stored for future testing if stem cells are required for transplantation
Adipose stem cells will be prepared for freezing

During banking of the stem cells
The Adipose stem cells are stored in aluminium canisters that are labelled with tamper-evident seals. They are then frozen in a controlled manner to prevent ice crystals forming in the cells. Once frozen they are stored in liquid nitrogen.

After banking stem cells
Once we have successfully stored your adipose stem cells and received the test results from the blood sample. We will send you a full set of your results which will include the following;
Blood tests for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C
Microbiology test (Adipose stem cells)
Total Stem cells count
Viability of the adipose stem cells
Total number of CD34+ cells (stem cells)

If the stem cells do not meet our acceptance criteria, we will discuss with you the options available.
When the test results are good we will take the payment for enrolment, transport, processing and storage.

Finally…
We will send you the storage certificate.

 

Adipose stem cell banking – pricing

 

BANKING 200ml

  • No deposit needed
  • Invoiced after stem cells collection
  • Money-back guarantee
  • Storage for 25 years

5500AED
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BANKING 400ml

  • No deposit needed
  • Invoiced after stem cells collection
  • Money-back guarantee
  • Storage for 25 years

11000AED
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BANKING 800ml

  • No deposit needed
  • Invoiced after stem cells collection
  • Money-back guarantee
  • Storage for 25 years

16500AED
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