Cryopreserving a small piece of skin tissue today can significantly change your life in the future. The sooner you preserve your tissue, the younger you are, the higher the chance for success!

StemCure is the only Personal Tissue Bank, licensed by the NYS Department of Health and registered with the FDA, which offers anyone the ability to save a sample of their cells today for future use as they grow older. Our clients’ personal cell archive (cryopreserved) may offer them the best access to emerging regenerative and anti-aging medical therapies in the future.

4 steps to save your tissue sample:

1. Enroll:
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2. Arrange
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3. Send
the package to StemCure Laboratory

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4. Complete
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What is the advantage of preserving one’s cells today?

Despite the rapid progress of aging science, it remains true that natural aging is irreversible. Even the promising regenerative medicine field of stem cell research relies on types of cells that decline sharply in number and quality as we age. The only proven way to preserve samples of our own cells in their current younger state is by deep-freezing them, since all metabolic activities, including the aging process, are stopped (arrested) at ultra-low temperatures approaching -196°C (-320°F).
So why not take advantage of this great opportunity and cryopreserve your cells now for future use? As new medical cell therapies emerge and ordinary somatic (body) cells can be induced to behave as stem cells, these younger cryopreserved cells could be accessed for use in such new therapies to potentially repair or rejuvenate your aging body tissues.



What is Cryopreservation?

Cryopreservation is a process where cells, whole tissues, or any other substances susceptible to damage caused by chemical reactivity or the passage of time are preserved by cooling to ultra-cold sub-zero temperatures. At low enough temperatures, any enzymatic or chemical activity (including the aging process in cells) which might cause damage to the material in question is effectively stopped.

How does StemCure acquire and preserve the cells?

To preserve their cells, our clients must go through a simple, painless biopsy procedure in which a small sample of skin tissue is recovered. This sample will be processed, including a safety test for sterility, a test for viability, and tissue cryopreservation. As soon as we complete tissue processing, we distribute the tissues for long term storage in liquid nitrogen at a temperature of approximately –170º C (-274º F). At this temperature, the viability and metabolic characteristics – the biological “age” of the cryopreserved tissue sample – will be stable for decades, waiting for re-thawing for therapeutic use as soon as such opportunities arise.


Long term liquid nitrogen storage.

Depending on the age and condition of the acquired skin specimen, we usually obtain between 6-20 cryovials, which are then separated for security between two different storage locations (as required by StemCure’s Quality Assurance Policy and encouraged by the FDA). StemCure has made every effort to guarantee the safety and security of our clients’ cryopreserved tissue samples. All specimens are protected 24/7 in secure cryostorage facilities with multi-layered temperature monitoring and manifold emergency power sources.

One part of the obtained tissue samples is stored in our laboratory, while the other part is transferred for long-term storage in one of the most secure Biological and Pharmaceutical Material Storage Facilities in the US – SciSafe Storage Services.
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This company has built the most modern, dedicated storage facilities with the multiple security features – Controlled card scan access to building and monitored security alarm system / Additional controlled access to storage areas / Back-up generators and Automatic Transfer Switch; Back-up freezers for all frozen temperature conditions / CCTV throughout facilities. As well as Central Monitoring System used to monitor storage conditions of all samples and specimens / All monitored data points are stored at 10-minute intervals on site and backed up in the cloud – this data is stored indefinitely / All chambers are monitored by the system with secondary excursion alarms through the security alarm system; System is GMP/GLP/FDA (21CFR Part 11), ISO 19005 and USP 1079 Compliant./ So at this high of a level of storage security, our clients can be sure that their cryopreserved tissue samples will be completely safe and stable for decades, waiting to be re-thawed for therapeutic use as soon as such opportunities arise.


StemCure’s future plans.

StemCure’s long term plans anticipate the future commercialization of the development of stem cells from cryogenically (ultra-cold) stored human tissue. The creation of donor specific stem cells from skin fibroblast cells, although already a well established laboratory procedure, has not yet been safety tested or validated for human clinical use (in worldwide and in the US). Therefore, as a licensed Tissue Bank, StemCure, Inc.’s activities are limited to collection, processing, and long-term storage of skin tissue. StemCure, Inc.’s possession of a New York State license for such collection and long-term storage does not indicate approval or endorsement of possible future uses or future suitability of skin tissue-derived cells.

Nevertheless, StemCure’s research and development (R&D) group will be dedicated to optimizing and standardizing laboratory stem cell induction procedures until they achieve suitable characteristics to seek FDA approval, so as to allow us to one day become a commercial leader in this field. Of course, these are forward looking statements, and we cannot predict the future, but we fully believe that such cell processing procedures will eventually become routine and will not differ in cost from other similar tissue based medical procedures.