Winner of Stem Cell initiative and competition launched by TV personality Sally Bee, speaks out about her family history of cancer, alzheimers and parkinsons

Sally Bee has enabled one of her fans to bank her nephew's stem cells free of charge following the success of a nationwide competition.

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Sally Bee a supporter of tooth cell banking

(PRWEB UK) 21 August 2014

Sally Bee TV personality and advocate of all things health, recently launched a competition to draw attention to the benefits of stem cell therapy and why having your own stem cells available is vital.

Lucky winner Sarah Johnson, could not believe her luck when she received the call from specialist stem cell bank BioEden. Sarah has gifted her prize to her nephew George, whose stem cells will be taken from one of his baby teeth once a tooth has fallen out naturally.

Sarah said, "We have experienced family members with cancer, alzheimers and parkinsons disease in recent years, so to have the opportunity to store my nephew George's stem cells, in case of any illness in later life is such a peace of mind to us."

A spokesman for BioEden said Sarah had been selected at random from hundreds of entries, and were delighted that Sally Bee's support of stem cell banking has already started to help many people, including Sarah.


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