Take Control of Your Future Health and Bank Your Cells Today!
Regenerative medicine is a rapidly evolving field. Banking your cells today
may help you obtain cutting edge medical treatment in the future.
Stem cell banking solutions for you
Next Healthcare CEO, Vin Singh speaking about the technology and inspiration behind Next Healthcare, Inc., and why you should bank your own adult stem cells TODAY!
This revolutionary technology has
the potential to develop therapies
for previously untreatable diseases
and conditions. Examples of diseases regenerative medicine can cure include diabetes, heart disease, renal failure, osteoporosis and spinal cord injuries. Virtually
any disease that results from
malfunctioning, damaged, or
failing tissues may be potentially
cured through regenerative
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Next Healthcare Inc. is a biotechnology service that offers Health Conscious consumers the unique opportunity to bank their skin and stem cells for use in future treatment and therapies. We offer processing and long-term secure cryopreservation of your cells. We believe that banking your cells today is a smart step in the direction of planning for a healthy tomorrow.
Technologies that utilize human skin cells and stem cells are rapidly evolving. These approaches may allow individuals to one day treat their diseases or conditions with their own cells.
Current technology now allows us to collect, multiply and store precious stem cells from our bone marrow, blood, adipose tissue, our fat and skin tissue, making it easier than ever to take a pro-active approach to our health through CelBank.
Risks and Disclaimers:
Please discuss any potential risks associated with this service with
your doctor. Next Healthcare Inc. cannot guarantee that
you will benefit
from our service. This service is not covered by any type of insurance.
Today there are no FDA-approved treatments and there is
that the FDA will approve any treatments. NHC does not perform any
medical services or give any medical advice. There can be no
regarding success of collection, transportation, testing, processing,
cryopreservation, storage process or use of skin or stem cells.
can be no guaranty of success regardless of the age at which skin cells
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There is a greater likelihood that your body won't reject treatments created from your own cells
Your cells will be ready if they are needed for future regenerative treatment
Younger cells have a greater ability to be grown and banked
What is an adult stem cell and where is it found?
A stem cell is a type of cell found in the blood, tissues, organs and bone marrow of your body. They are known as the body's "raw materials". Stem cells are unique because they can renew themselves or differentiate (develop) into other types of cells such as heart cells or brain cells. In this way, stem cells have the ability to repair damage to your body. If you sustain an injury or suffer an illness, your stem cells will go to work to differentiate into the type of cell(s) your body needs to heal itself.
Why should I bank my cells today?
As we age, our bodies produce fewer and fewer stem cells. The aging process also limits the ability of our stem cells to renew, differentiate and make needed repairs. By banking your cells now, you are ensuring that a healthy supply of cells will be available to you, should you need them for treatment. Also, the cells that you bank are younger and a perfect genetic match, virtually eliminating the risk of treatment rejection.
How are adult stem cells used in medical treatments?
Many diseases over the past 40 years have already been treated using adult stem cells. These include blood cancers, sickle cell anemia, aplastic anemia, autoimmune disease and neurological disorders to name a few. The most recognizable treatment is the bone marrow transplant.
But advances in immunology and regenerative medicine have lead researchers to discover that stem cells are more versatile then previously thought. Today, over 700 adult stem cell therapeutic clinical trials are performed in the United States alone. In a few short years, there could be as many as 100 or more newly approved treatments using adult stem cells, treating or even curing conditions such as:
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Stroke, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Celiac Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injuries, Skin and Muscle Injuries, ALS, Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, Autism, HIV, Various Cancers, and even Organ Regeneration!