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You have some exciting stem cell use cases to look forward to.

As of 2021, there are patients living with lab grown bladders, burn victims with bioprinted skin and professional athletes receiving cell treatments for cartilage, ligament, and tendon damage.

This is just the beginning for cell-based treatments. Regenerative medicine has the capability of treating the whole body by harnessing the power of our own stem cells.

Based on your assessment, here are some of the best ways stem cells could help you.

The application of stem cells to the skin boosts collagen and elastin

Using your own cells to improve your skin and reduce the signs of aging

Recent research has shown that the application of stem cells to the skin boosts collagen and elastin, the proteins responsible for maintaining smooth, glowing, wrinkle-free skin.

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For the active individuals among us

Can Stem Cells Help Treat Sports Injury

For those of us that exercise more than 5 times a week, we understand the ever-present risk of injury. Fortunately, scientists are currently working on cell-based therapeutics for all kinds of sports and exercise related injuries.

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Cells have taken a step closer to curing Alzheimer's

The role of regenerative medicine in fighting Alzheimer’s

Recent studies have shown that the transplantation of neural stem cells effectively allows the creation of new neurons to replace the damaged old ones causing Alzheimer's.

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Heart disease is the second leading cause of death in Canada

Fighting heart disease with regenerative medicine

Stem cells are currently being used in experiments to generate different kinds of heart cells that heal or replenish the cells damaged from heart attacks and heart disease.

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Great news,

You're eligible to get your cells banked.

Every 10 years, mutations in your cells double, causing more incidents of illness, cell deterioration and the visible signs of aging. This is where Acorn comes in.

With a swift collection of hair follicles, your cells are cryogenically preserved, no umbilical cord or invasive procedures necessary. You now have a bank of your own younger cells, ready for the health challenges that accelerate with aging.

Cellular decline with age