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Welcome to Smart Cells

As a society, we've always dreamt of a healthy, disease-free world. One of the bravest moves in that direction has come from stem cell research and therapy. Smart Cells is the first private UK stem cell storage company to have released stored stem cells units for use in the treatment of children with life-threatening illnesses. We believe with the development of technology in the future we will be able to treat even more illnesses, and we’re working on it.

We believe our customers deserve the best service available, and we staff our state of the art facility with the top professionals in the field.

We believe that storing your child’s stem cells at birth can be a crucial part of curing an unexpected illness.

We believe that in the future this service should be available to every parent, child and family.

We are a company that is for life.

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Putting the health of your family first

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  • First stem cell transplant using stem cells found in the umbilical cord blood was in 1988.
  • Since then over 30,000 successful transplants have taken place around the world.
  • Currently being used to successfully treat more than 80 diseases and that number is growing

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What We Do

All processing procedures are undertaken in a sterile, controlled environment by specially trained staff

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Our Method

Using volume reduced processing, the industry standard practice in the UK

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Our Partner

Smart Cells is the proud founding donor to Borne, a charity aiming to provide lifelong health to mothers and babies

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