British Ambassador Fiona Clouder in the 'Country of Poets' greets stem cell scientists and VIPs at her official residence to celebrate the launch of stem cell banking

The Republic of Chile becomes the 22nd country to offer the non-invasive process of stem cell banking from baby teeth via specialist tooth cell bank, BioEden.

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Fiona Clouder British Ambassador is joined by Scientists and VIPs from BioEden tooth cell bank in Chile

Chile becomes the 22nd country to take advantage of non-invasive stem cell banking.

(PRWEB UK) 16 June 2014

The Republic of Chile becomes the 22nd country to offer the non-invasive process of stem cell banking from baby teeth via specialist tooth cell bank, BioEden.

Chile which is fondly called 'The Country of Poets' is one of the most stable and prosperous nations in Latin America. Over 17 million people known as the 'Mapuche' people will now be able to store their own childrens stem cells, potentially to be used for their entire lifetime.

Chief Scientific Officer, Mike Byrom joined the Ambassador in celebration of a 'first' for Chile. Mike Byrom visited the Ambassadors residence during a tour of the country where he had lectured at Universities promoting the benefits of stem cell banking and the science behind its success.

Ms Clouder was also joined by BioEden's Group CEO Mr Tony Veverka.


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