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Did you know families are now choosing to preserve stem cells from their children's baby teeth, wisdom teeth and teeth removed for orthodontia?

Request our Store-A-Tooth Family Information Packet to learn more.

Jan 30, 2018

CBS Sacramento

"CBS Sacramento interviews a Citrus Heights family who banked their son's dental stem cells with Store-A-Tooth in the hopes of providing him with access to future regenerative therapies for type-1 diabetes."

Nov 07, 2017

Medicine Net

"Stem cells might one day pack a one-two punch when it comes to treating people with diabetes.

In a new study conducted with diabetic mice, human stem cells not only repaired insulin-producing cells in the rodents, they also fixed cells in damaged kidneys."

Nov 07, 2017

Technology Networks

"A new study conducted at the University of Copenhagen, which has just been published in the internationally acclaimed journal Nature Cell Biology, shows how researchers using human stem cells can produce insulin-producing cells that in the future can be transplanted into diabetes patients."

Nov 07, 2017

Global Times

"Stem cells taken from muscle tissue (MSCs) could promote better blood flow in patients with diabetes who develop peripheral artery disease (PAD), a painful complication that can require surgery or lead to amputation. A study of the University of Illinois (UI) found that an injection of the stem cells in mice prompted new blood vessels to grow, improving circulation in the affected tissues and function in the affected limbs."

Oct 30, 2017

"Glasgow scientists have reprogrammed human cells using leftover skin tissue from surgery to replicate wounds from diabetic foot ulcers....In addition, the use of human tissue and cells replaces the need for animal experimentation, and reduces the use of animal products in research."

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