Stem Cell Bank Expands into Five Further Countries to Meet Growing Demand- BioEden

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As stem cells therapy and research continues to grow, so too does the number of parents wisely choosing to bank their children's own stem cells - from teeth. Tooth stem cells are taken from the pulp of a naturally shed baby tooth, and remains the only non-surgical way of obtaining high quality cells.

Tony Veverka Group CEO BioEden

The expansion of BioEden has been driven by the demand of forward thinking parents.

As stem cells therapy and research continues to grow, so too does the number of parents wisely choosing to bank their children's own stem cells - from teeth.

BioEden the leading specialist tooth stem cell bank, today announced that five more countries have become part of their increasing network, which covers 25 countries and provides a service to people in over 60.

BioEden were the world's first tooth stem cell bank and launched their service in 2006 in Austin, Texas.
Today their specialist banking service is well within the reach of the average parent, with processing costs held as low as £295 in the UK and in other territories.

Chief Executive Tony Veverka said 'We take great pride in the quality of service we offer, knowing that our stem cell banking service is potentially a person's bridge to life saving therapy. The expansion of BioEden has been driven by the demand of forward thinking parents'.

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