Stem Cell Storage


 

 

The number and therapeutic quality of our stem cells diminishes with age.
Storing your Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” today preserves them for future therapies that combat age-related disease, and perhaps aging itself.

 


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Why Store My Stem Cells? 

Anti-aging
Your young stem cells have the potential to be used in rejuvenation therapies in development. Storing your young stem cells for future reintroduction may help you live a healthier, longer life.

 

Healthier Life
Bone marrow is a wellspring for stem cells that replenish your blood, bone, immune system, and other vital tissues. Research suggests the decline in the number and viability of these stems cells plays a role in the physical decline associated with aging.

 

Fight Disease
The clinical use of bone marrow Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” is fast expanding. Your young Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” may be used to fight dozens of age-related diseases including heart disease, osteoarthritis, multiple sclerosis, kidney failure, stroke, autoimmune diseases, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and many more.

 

Quality Time
Young bone marrow Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” transplantation has been used to extend lifespan in mice; a technology that may translate to humans. To have access to young, genetically-matched stem cells in the future, store yours today.

 


Benefits of Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” Storage
The use of a patient’s own Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” for the treatment of age-related disease is expanding. Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” treatments in animals suggest that they may have the potential to increase lifespan as well.

However, as we age, our Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” decline in number and quality. Preserving your own Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” today for future reintroduction may help you live a healthier, longer life.
  
How Do Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” Age?
Like the car you drive, your Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” accumulate wear and tear over time. Storing your young Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” now can ensure they remain undamaged even as the years pass.

 

DNA Damage
Each time a Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” divides, DNA may be damaged as it is replicated and split between the two new cells. Older Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” have not only gone through more divisions, but they produce less helicase proteins that protect DNA from damage during the replication process.


Mitochondrial Damage
Mitochondria produce ATP, which is used by the cell for energy. However, the process of producing ATP involves reactive oxygen species, that damage the mitochondria over time. Damaged mitochondria produce less ATP, and provide less energy to older Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell”.


Telomere Shortening
The ends of DNA are capped with repeating regions called telomeres that protect the coding region of DNA from damage during division. Over time, the telomeres of Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” grow shorter, and as a result, the risk of DNA damage with each cell division grows.


Senescence
In response to accumulating damage to their DNA and organelles, stem cells produce tumor suppressor proteins that instruct the cell to cease dividing. This important safety mechanism, which prevents Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” from becoming tumors, leads to the loss of Cellular Therapy “Stem Cell” with age.

 

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