What is Stem Cell Banking? And should you start to save?

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If you own a savings account, IRA, 401(k) or other retirement fund, then you know how important it is to save for your future. You want to feel secure. You want to feel safe from the many problems that life can throw at you.

“Stem cells have the ability to

transform into any cell in the

human body.”

But did you ever think of saving stem cells to protect your health or that of your loved ones? It’s called Stem Cell Banking, and it involves collecting stem cells and storing them for possible future use.

Stem cells are unique because they have the ability to transform into any cell in the human body. This versatility allows doctors to treat a range of diseases they otherwise couldn’t with other invasive medical procedures.

The storing of Stem Cells doesn’t, of course, come without its critics.  But those who have had serious diseases treated with banked Stem Cells know just how real and effective the process is.

What is the future of Stem Cell Banking?
The future of Stem Cell Banking is bright, according to a study of the Stem Cell Banking industry released by Reportbuyer.com. By 2021, the industry will increase exponentially to nearly $4 billion, with North America being the largest contributor to the market. That’s an increase of just over $2 billion from 2016. One of the largest portions of this market is dedicated to processing services.

An important driving factor in the market’s growth is parents – its major audience – who are beginning to understand the benefits of Stem Cell Banking more often than not. The press release on the study notes, however, that parents are not storing their samples in public banks because they could be used on other patients. Instead, they’re spending their money on private banks, to ensure that their children will have access to their cords if needed.

Stem Cell Banking is much easier than trying to save for retirement, and it could potentially save your child’s or loved one’s life. If you have questions, contact professionals – such as those at Longevity & Stem Cell Centre – who are qualified in stem cell treatments.