TISSUECHOICE® is a cryobag dedicated to the cryopreservation of different tissues. TISSUECHOICE® has been developed through an accurate research of materials and components: the material is the most innovative formulation of EVA, the weldings are performed with the most advanced technologies and the connectors have been chosen in order to guarantee the highest safety and to minimize the risk of contamination. The bag special design has been developed to specifically respond to our customers needs and to make the product user-friendly during each step of the manipulation. Moreover, this shape perfectly fi ts the majority of the existing bag holders. All cryobags go through different testing methods, one by one, both in pre and post production phase. A quality label is applied on the fi nished product as guarantee of its conformity to the testing results. The finished product is in compliance with the internal and external quality standards and every production batch release is provided with a Declaration of Conformity and a Production Control report. TISSUECHOICE® is available in different sizes, depending on the kind of application.

 

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Blood and Cell Therapy

STEM CELLS: MEDICINE'S NEW BORDER A HOPE FOR THE FUTURE
The destruction of the textural architecture of an organ, due to the death of its cells, is the cause of the main pathologies that afflict industrialized countries population.

Stem cells, embryonal, fetal, from umbilical cord or adult, represent an important possibility for the damaged organs regeneration.

Stem cells transplantation could be a revolutionary therapeutic perspective for several pathologies today still incurable and, in the near future,
research could make big progress, treating and solving some of the most famous severe degenerative and functional diseases as:

- Alzheimer
- Cancer
- Diabetes
- Parkinson disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cirrhosis of the liver
- Huntington's disease
- Muscular dystrophy
- Leukaemia
- Osteoporosis

Haemopharm devotes itself to study and research of systems suitable for the conservation of stem cells.

 

 

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