Interview: So Long, and Thanks For All the Stem Cells!

Dr. Katerina Čeh

The beginning of 21st century was hallmarked by the potential that stem cell therapies were promising, ranging from diabetes, arthritis, spinal cord injuries and all sorts of cancers. However so far very few applications have actually seen the light of routine use. Nevertheless there is a growing number of blood banks, which normally use liquid nitrogen to store stem cells from umbilical cord blood, dental pulp, liposuction and other tissues.

Read the interview with dr. Katarina Čeh, the co-founder of Animacel.

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