Stem cells are the building blocks and master cells of our body, similar to the seed of a plant.
A single seed of a tree gives rise to branches,leaves, flowers & fruits of a tree.
Our body's stem cells which are similar to a seed of a tree also have the potential to develop into many different specialised cell types such as blood cells, muscle cells, brain cells etc.,
Stem Cells are the master cells which act as basic building blocks of the body. Just like seed of a plant that gives rise to branches, leaves and fruits, these stem cells have the potential to develop into specialised cells such as blood cells, muscle cells, brain cells etc.,
Stem cells have the ability to both replace and repair the affected functions and damaged parts of our body.
In blood and immune related conditions, stem cells work with its ability to replace. This treatment involves harvesting of stem cells from the same individual or from a donor, elimination of affected cells by chemotherapy or irradiation and re-infusion of the harvested fresh stem cells to restore the normal function.
When the organ or a tissue of a person is damaged, the ability of stem cells to repair takes the main role. As a treatment protocol, the stem cells are harvested, processed, made to multiply and then re-infused into the individual for regeneration of the damaged tissue or organ.
Stem cells have the potential to treat many medical conditions through replacement and repair therapies
It has the legacy of treating over 1.3 Million transplants over 50 years, with >50,000 transplants done annually, across the globe
80+ medical conditions are approved for treatment for replacement therapies such as Lymphoma, Thalassemia, Leukemia, Multiple Myeloma, Neuroblastoma etc.,
Over 500 registered clinical trials are currently underway assessing the therapeutic potential of umbilical cord stem cells.
Promising signs of clinical trials seen in conditions such as, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Type 1 Diabetes, Acquired Hearing Loss, Heart Failure etc.,
Stem cells that are used to treat several medical conditions through replacement and repair therapies, are found in various parts of our body such as dental pulp, fat cells, menstrual blood, peripheral blood and bone marrow.
Umbilical Cord, connects the mother and the baby in the womb and nourishes the baby throughout pregnancy. The stem cells from the umbilical cord, when collected and preserved at birth, is a preferred source due to:
Preserving your baby's umbilical cord stem cells is a once in a lifetime opportunity that can be done only within 10 minutes after your baby's birth. We don't want you to miss this golden opportunity to grab these potent life-savers and invest them towards your family's lifetime of good health.