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What are the Stem Cells

Stem cells under microscopeStem cells under microscope

The stem cells are the building blocks of the human body. They have the remarkable capability to reproduce through virtually infinite division and to develop into any type of cell our body needs at a given time. Unfortunately aging effects them as well and their production in our body as well as their “repair capabilities” decline.

The newborn baby comes into this world with a precious gift from nature - young, vital and healthy stem cells, that are contained in the umbilical cord blood. When collected and preserved on time, those stem cells can be used to cure over 80 diseases of the blood, immune system, bones, hearth etc.

The huge possibility for application of the stem cells has given birth to one of the newest and most promising type of medicine - the regenerative. Thanks to that fact, the number of curable diseases continues to grow.

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