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Cells4Life Middle East

MedCells is the official distributor of Cells4Life in the Middle East and we offer a unique service of Cord Blood Stem Cells Storage. Our head office is located in Dubai and we have local distributors in each Middle Eastern countries like Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait and more.
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What are Your Cord Blood Banking Options with Cells4Life?

Your newborn’s umbilical cord is a great source of valuable stem cells that could help protect your baby and your family’s health in the future. That is why many expecting parents are considering saving the cord blood after the delivery of their newborn baby.

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Second Patient Cured of HIV with Stem Cell Treatment

In an exciting new development, a second patient has been declared cured of HIV after receiving stem cell transplant. Doctors said that the patient, known as “The London Patient” had shown no trace of infection 30 months after he stopped traditional treatment.

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5 Simple Tips to Prevent Dehydration During Pregnancy


As summer approaches and the daily temperatures increase, it’s vital that all mums-to-be, whether you’re in your first trimester or third, ensure they remain hydrated at all times to reduce risk and keep both mum and baby healthy. This article is going to look at 5 simple ways you can prevent dehydration.

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Expectant Parent's Guide to Cord Blood Banking for Twins

Saving the cord blood for your newborn baby is pretty straight-forward but what if you’re having twins? The process of cord blood banking for twins is as easy as doing it for one baby. Here are the simple steps to remember when signing up to cord blood banking for your twins:

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5 Unhealthy Habits Pregnant Women Should Avoid


When it comes to managing your pregnancy, it’s easy to find a list of healthy habits you need to include in your daily routine, as well as a list of recommendations. But what habits should you be avoiding? Knowing what you can do is just as important as knowing what you can’t do and so this article is going to look at 5 habits every pregnant woman should avoid.

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5 Great Indoor Summer Activities for Pregnant Women


Whilst the summer season is usually one of the most favoured, the heat and humidity that comes with it can create big problems for those who are pregnant. Heatstroke and dehydration , mixed with the difficulties with moving during the third trimester can make the summer season a burden rather than a blessing. Here are some fun activities you can do that keep you out of the heat but don't leave you feeling bored.

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Cells4Life Sister Company, Stabilitech, Joins the Race for Covid-19 Vaccine

Global biotechnology company Stabilitech, the sister company of Cells4Life, has joined the race to produce a vaccine for COVID-19. In a recent press release that the company will begin raising £6 million in funding to finance the next stage of research. Stabilitech will use the funds for clinical trials and the manufacturing of an oral COVID-19 vaccine.

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UAE Stem Cell Therapy: Revolutionary Treatment Helps Covid-19 Patients

Stem cell therapies have revolutionised the world of medicine, delivering dozens of new treatments for previously incurable conditions. Stem cells have also become a crucial part of the field of regenerative medicine, which has the potential to significantly improve the average human lifespan.

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FAQ: How Long Should We Store The Umbilical Cord Blood?

One of the greatest advantages of storing your child’s umbilical cord blood in a private cord blood bank is that it can be preserved for many years. This means your child or another family member can access this valuable and potentially life-saving medical resource long into the future.

But how long can cord blood be preserved? This article will answer this question and identify the main advantages of being able to store cord blood for long periods.

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5 Tips to Manage Cystic Fibrosis and Pregnancy


Although cystic fibrosis is a lifelong condition with no cure, it is still possible to live a full and happy life whilst managing the disease. Additionally, it is also still possible for those with cystic fibrosis to have a healthy pregnancy and this article is going to look at the relationship between cystic fibrosis and pregnancy in more depth.

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