Here we have two more exceptional examples of Stem Cell therapies, highlighted via a BBC programme aired in the UK last week. Firstly, a toddler who had his bones repaired before he was even born. Followed by a sufferer of Multiple Sclerosis, whose condition leave him immobilised, but is now an active scuba diver and cyclist.
Last week BBC Two aired yet another exceptional episode, and the last in series, of Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston's Casebook. In the final episode of the series, Gabriel ...
Following 10 years offering tooth stem cell banking to parents all over the world, BioEden is pleased to confirm there have been, 17 individual releases of material for stem cell therapy, to date.
Almost every day we see new reports highlighting developments in stem cell therapies; further promise that more and more major illnesses and diseases will one day be cured by the use of stem cells. The reality is stem cell treatment is not new, in fact it has been changing ...
Last week the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) visited the BioEden processing facility in Scotland for an article that featured on BBC One's 'Reporting Scotland' on the 26th November 2016.
In case you don't live in Scotland, or if you do but you missed it, you can click here to access the full story written by Ken Macdonald, BBC Scotland Science Correspondent.
Contact us today to find out how we can help safeguard the health of your children by storing stem cells from milk teeth.