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Can stem cells prevent Anaemia?
When considering stem cell storage, you may not know that it is an effective preventative procedure in the fight against anaemia. Anaemia is the most common blood condition in the world, and the reduction or abnormality of red blood cells can affect everyone at some stage in their life.
Certain forms of anaemia are hereditary and recessive, genetically passed on to infants from their parents at the time of birth. Anaemia can also develop as a result of lifestyle choices, diets as well as various conditions and medication side effects.
Your decision to store stem cells with Stem Protect UK could provide your family with the best chance of fighting all types of anaemia.
You can bank stem cells from umbilical cords or even adult teeth with a simple and painless procedure. Cell banking is affordable and most of all it gives you piece of mind, knowing that should you ever need a stem cell transplant or regenerative work, you are prepared to face the future with the best possible care.
We provide stem cell banking facilities to help you fight some of the most aggressive types of anaemia:
• Aplastic anaemia
• Congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia (CDA)
• Fanconi anaemia
• Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria (PNH)
Aplastic anaemia Aplastic anaemia is a pathological condition in which the body does not produce enough red blood cells to function properly, resulting in a variety of symptoms and susceptibility to several infections.
An allogeneic stem cell transplant is the only feasible cure for aplastic anaemia. Allogeneic stem cells come from a donor, who could be a sibling, another family member, or from your own stored cells.
Congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia Congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia, or CDA, is believed to be genetic and transferred from mother to baby at birth.
Umbilical cord blood contains potentially life-saving stem cells that can develop into various cell types in the body such as bone, blood, tissue and organ. Fanconi anaemia Fanconi anaemia (FA) is a rare condition which affects the reproduction of blood cells in the bone marrow and response to DNA.
Though it is rare, Fanconi anaemia has benefited from a lot of research into therapies and treatments, especially cell transplants, which is a particularly effective treatment that provides victims with a longer life span.
Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria (PNH) is a rare, chronic, debilitating disorder that most frequently shows from early adulthood, and it’s usually a lifelong condition.
It is probably the most aggressive type of anaemia, and can greatly benefit from stem cell implant banking.
Fighting anaemia Thinking about the risk of anaemia, and having the hindsight to bank your stem cells with Stem Protect UK, will provide you and your family with an improved chance of fighting anaemia, should it occur.
Our consultations are free, and our competent and friendly staff will guide you through all the different harvesting and storing options to satisfy your needs.
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Bank your stem cells with us in confidence, and plan for a brighter future. Life is a journey, and it can change course when you least expect it, so it’s crucial you think about the future of your family by banking stem cells with us at Stem Protect UK.
At Stem Protect UK, we don’t offer therapies for anaemia, but by storing your stem cells, we will provide your medical team with pristine samples of your cells, should you ever need them.
More and more families are choosing to bank stem cells, and more than 75,000 families are already using Stem Protect UK.
Get in touch with us for further information about stem cell banking and interest-free prices, and to book a free consultation today.
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