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The next generation of medicine
for your future well-being

Life-saving cell therapies that will change healthcare as we know it are on the horizon.

With promising clinical trials underway around the world, the FDA expects to approve 10 to 20 new cell and gene therapies annually by 2025.1 These therapies will potentially treat serious diseases that affect more than 150 million Americans,2 including cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases as well as metabolic disorders such as diabetes.
My husband has early-onset Alzheimer’s and in 2018 he had stem cell therapy. GoodCell stores the healthiest cells from your blood so that they are ready when you need them. Having cells stored with GoodCell is for life—it’s the future!”
Mirella Bonilla, GoodCell Member

Cell therapies are changing healthcare as we know it

GoodCell is the only company that enables individuals to biobank their healthy cells to be used for cutting-edge therapies in the future if they become sick. GoodCell uses a proprietary bioprocessing technique to ensure access to the variety of potentially therapeutic cells available in your blood.

As the pace of cell therapy breakthroughs and FDA approvals accelerates, so do the advantages of personal biobanking with GoodCell. Storing healthy cells now gives you greater control of your health in the future and may extend your quality of life.

prepare for your future

GoodCell allows you to store cells from your own blood for your personalized medicine.

Your blood contains many cell types, including stem cells, that can potentially be used in cutting-edge therapies that will be available in the near future.

Stem cells have the unique ability to regenerate themselves as well as develop into the more specialized cells in the human body. This means they may be used to generate new healthy cells to treat disease.

The best time to biobank is now.

Cellular health declines over time as we age and with exposure to environmental factors. There are therapies that use your own cells, harvested after a patient has already developed disease, but the damage those cells accumulate over time may make them problematic for use in treatment.

Additionally, there are therapies that utilize donor cells, but they will need to be tested to determine if they are a match for you. And if they are, the patient will most likely need to take immunosuppressants to ensure the body doesn’t reject them.

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