What is the placenta?
During delivery, the placenta and umbilical cord is often discarded despite them being a valuable source of Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Found in a gelatinous substance called Wharton’s jelly, these stem cells can be used to produce any type of cell within the body.
This type of donation is only possible during delivery and thus advanced plans are needed to make this investment in future health a reality.
How do we use the placenta?
The placenta and cord tissue are easily collected after delivery and pose no risk or threat of pain for either the baby or the mother. We guarantee the highest quality processing standards, within a sterile environment to eliminate risk of contamination.
Because of our patented extraction technology, we can provide an unlimited stem cell supply to meet any of your stem cell needs.
Why choose Medeze?
Medeze Stem Cell is the ultimate choice in stem cell banking services for the whole family, with services available for all ages.Learn more