Stem Cell Banking for Adults

Storing your stem cell preserves them for future therapies to combat age-related disease, and perhaps aging itself.

Why Stem Cell Banking?

Stem cells are unspecialized cells that divide and have
the unique ability to turn into any specialized cell in the body, like blood or brain cells. Or they can replicate as additional stem cells. 

Think of them as the body’s raw building blocks. Because of their power to multiply, morph and replace damaged or diseased cells, they hold unlimited and invaluable potential for future health treatment.

We have partnered with Forever Labs to bank your stem cells.

Learn About Stem Cell Banking:

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SOME OF THE REASONS FOR STEM CELL BANKING INCLUDE:

Save your youth today!

By cryopreserving just a fraction of your stem cells today, you can stop the clock on a bank of your youngest stem cells so that you can draw upon your own youth in the future.

Cryopreservation has been used to store many types of living tissue for decades, such as umbilical cord stem cells, embryos, sperm and ovarian cells. Using similar methods, Forever Labs cryopreserves your young stem cells for use in treating future age-related medical issues. It’s like stem cell time travel. 

Your stem cells will never be as young as they are, right now, so what are you waiting for?

Preserve your body's building blocks.

At The Boston Stem Cell Center, we do not use your banked stem cells at this time, but we do harvest them and have partnered with Forever Labs who cryopreserves them for future use.

Is Stem Cell Treatment Right For You?

Although Stem Cell Treatment is considered by some people to be experimental, various research studies show that regenerative stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma injections can provide excellent relief from joint and musculoskeletal pain and ongoing inflammation.

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