The Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Centre (ADSCC) has entered into partnership with CellSave Arabia, the first private stem cell laboratory in the GCC region dedicated to storing stem cells from umbilical cord blood and tissue after birth. Harvested stem cells from the umbilical cord are currently being used to treat over 80 diseases and have tremendous potential for being used for life saving treatments in the future.
The ADSCC is a specialist healthcare centre that focusing on cell therapy to treat a variety of diseases and disorders, regenerative medicine, and researching future stem cell therapies. ADSCC has treated over 2000 patients suffering from COVID-19, with 1200 already fully recovered from the effects of the virus.
Dr Yendry Ventura, ADSCC, said “We are looking forward to working with CellSave Arabia and are very pleased to be able to enter this partnership and collaborate on future stem cell initiatives. Stem cell therapy is one of the fastest growing fields in medicine, and the potential for stem cell use in the future is vast.”
Mai Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer at CellSave Arabia, said “We are very excited about working with Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Centre. The collaboration between CellSave Arabia and ADSCC will help spread awareness about stem cell banking and with the possibility of curing future diseases using stem cells.”
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