Stem Cell Therapy: Facts V FictionStem cell therapy is not new. For over 50 years living cells have been stored in temperatures so cold, they are maintained in a state of suspended animation, effectively halting the aging process. These cells have later been thawed without any loss of functionality. The cryopreservation techniques used, literally stop the ageing process and keep viable functional cells safe for future use. Just one example of where this has worked is with 50 year old frozen sperm that has successfully fertilised a 30 year old frozen egg. Medical treatments that were once considered to be science fiction are now science fact
- The first IVF ‘test tube’ baby ‘experiment’ was met with much cynicism back in 1977; Today the first IVF baby Louise Joy Brown is soon to turn 40. Since then over 5 million babies have been born this way.
- The first human heart transplant was carried out in 1967, today over 3500 heart transplants are carried out each year and considered to be ‘standard procedure’.
- In 2006 alone, 50,000 bone marrow transplants were carried out using stem cell therapy.
- The Harris Review predicts that 1 in 3 of us may need stem cell therapy during their lifetime.
BioEden, the World’s First banking service for dental cells was founded in the USA
BioEden expands into Europe
BioEden expands into Asia, the same year that surgeons transplant a new trachea from stem cells into a child rebuilding his airway
Stem cells from teeth used in human therapy
BioEden records banking almost 17 billion cells from children’s teeth and is operational in 21 countries
BioEden introduces payment plans to ensure cell therapy is an affordable reality for all
BioEden member reports dramatic improvement of symptoms from debilitating diabetes just 12 weeks into therapy
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Stem Cell Facts
- Living cells have been stored without any loss of functionality for over 50 years
- Today, over 50,000 bone marrow transplants using stem cell therapy take place each year
- The Harris Review (Dr Harris USA 2007) predicted that 1 in 3 people may need stem cell therapy in their lifetime
- Younger stem cells have a greater potential for treating disease than adult cells
- Dental cells are obtained after the milk tooth has fallen out naturally or extracted by a dentist
- Stem cell therapy is widely acknowledged as the future of medicine