All you need to know.

A cryobank is a medical facility that stores a wide variety of tissues and cells in a state of deep freeze. Some cryobanks store human samples such as stem cells that are later used for research or other applications. Cyrobanking is a great way to preserve and potentially expand your stem cells while they are young and at their best capacity. 

 

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Cyrobanking FOr Stem Cells:

Cryo-preservation and banking of adipose-derived stem cells is possible and can be performed at the same time as your SVF deployment procedure. Autologous lipo-aspirate can be frozen as SVF Stromal Vascular Fraction (contains mesenchymal and hematopoitic stem cells). SVF can be deployed for repeated treatments and also expanded under IRB approval as part of a safety trial providing vast quantities of autologous stem cells that could be used throughout that patient’s life.

This will provide patients with their own personal stem cell line that could potentially be used “on demand” for everything from treating stroke, heart attack, serious accident, wellness, or even cancer therapy should the need arise. The program is also vital since many of the conditions we treat such as neuro-degenerative disorders and auto-immune conditions often require repeat deployments and using banked autologous cells allows this to be done in a convenient and cost-effective manner.

For the investigational use of Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSC's) for clinical research and deployment.