Why are stem cells valuable?

A major problem in medicine is that people are genetically different and diseases like COVID 19 mutate so fast that a vaccine is outdate when the first clinical trails have been started.

We believe that the next great advance in medicine will not be a pill but will be stem cells.

In addition to that just recently Four COVID-19 patients who received stem cell treatment while in a serious condition have been discharged from hospital after recovery.

Potential use of stem cells

 

Stem cells therapy

On the long run some scientist believe that in the near future stem cells will be used to replace a patient’s damaged blood, immune system, restore damaged tissue, attack cancer cells or treat diseases like COVID-19.

Regenerative capabilities

A lot of research is done on the regenerative capabilities of Stem cells. At the moment regenerative medicine applications in clinical studies seem promising. Therefore many resources are invested in clinical trials seeking to advance treatment options using cord blood stem cells after birth and fat stem cells after liposuction.

Regenerative medicine

Stem cells from cord blood are regenerative and have the properties as shown in laboratories to regenerate body parts.
If stored properly, newborn stem cells can stay a life forever. Which means that stem cells benefits can last a lifetime.

 

How stem cell banking and culture in general works

 

STEP 1STEP 2STEP 3
First the customer requests an information pack, this will include a contract, a questionnaire and a consent form. Which you need to be digitally sign and send back.

Then:
The signed documents are checked by a doctor.
Then a Collection Kit is send to the home address.

The collection kit is given to the doctor.

After delivery or surgery the collection kit is pick-up at the hospital or at home.

After successful harvesting, The stem cells are freezing at cryogenic temperatures.

The costumer receive an invoice to pay for storage costs.

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References

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Cotten M. et al. 2013; Pediatrics 164(5):973–979 doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2013.11.036 
Liao Y et al. 2013; Bone Marrow Transplantation 48:890-900 doi:10.1038/bmt.2012.169 
Sun JM et al. 2015; Pediatric Research 2015; 78:712–716 doi:10.1038/pr.2015.161