BioKidz: the Children of the Stem Cell Revolution to go Global

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BioEden, the specialist stem cell bank, launched BioKidz in the UK earlier this week. Now BioKidz is to be adopted in 21 countries world wide.

Eden the Scientist with BioEden Super Tooth Fairy, from BioKidz

BioKidz is a simple concept which aims to engage children in the importance of stem cell medicine. Aimed at an audience of 4-9 year olds, the company now aims to use it in the 21 countries in which it operates.

BioEden has been invited to speak with parents and teachers later this month, as the BioKidz site aims to be a good source of scientific information for primary school teachers.

The BioEden proposition is very simple one: harvest the stem cells from a naturally shed baby tooth, store the viable cells for future therapeutic use, and guarantee that the cells will be available when needed.

As stem cell medicine is now becoming commonplace, it is important that there is a stem cell match when needed. The easiest way to do this is by harvesting and storing one's own cells, and there is no easier way than from naturally shed teeth.

The company admits that they could be putting the ordinary tooth fairy out of business, but they hasten to add that BioKidz have their own hero in the form of a Super Tooth Fairy who works within their own stem cell laboratories.

Children can meet BioEden the Super Tooth Fairy by visiting http://www.bioeden.com.

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