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Bio insurance for newborns

Bio insurance programs can be tailored to your needs and quality of life expectations.

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Bio insurance is key to the health of your child in the future! 

Parents, the future health of your child depends on you. Allow your child to appeal to the best medical decisions of the future to preserve health and longevity, prolong youth, and improve the quality of life. All of this is possible thanks to preserving your own stem cells at birth. Choose the newborn bio insurance packages at GOOD CELLS, and we will take care of everything!
By deciding to preserve your newborn child's stem cells, you provide the opportunity to take advantage of the best biotechnological solutions now and in the future. Today already, more than 20 million people have benefited from stem cell therapy, also national stem cell banks exist. More than 1,000 clinical trials have been recorded. A new study on the usage of stem cells for the treatment and preservation of health is registered every two weeks.


What makes us unique is that we store stem cells (NOT tissues) and form a personal bank of child stem cells. This guarantees the safety and security of the cells. When you want to use stem cells, all you need to do is unfreeze them and order a therapeutic dose. You will not need to request additional stem cells from defrosted tissue, which would take time and is not always successful.
Besides, if you wish, you can reproduce stem cells in advance for emergency use within 24 hours if required.
Choose GOOD CELLS — we are professionals in biotechnology. Not only do we secrete and preserve stem cells, like most cord blood banks, but we also have proven treatment experience. So when you want to use the biobank, you won’t have to look for a clinic that can use it for you!

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Main questions about bio insurance

  • How does it work?

    Bio insurance for newborns is a program of collecting, organization, isolation, cultivation, and preservation of especially valuable biomaterial — stem cells of postpartum tissues. These tissues are called extraembryonic. These include the placenta, amnion, yolk sac, allantois, and umbilical cord. Extraembryonic tissue is a collective term for the temporary structures necessary for the development, growth, and survival of the human embryo. Extraembryonic tissues are usually disposed of during childbirth, but with the help of biotechnology special stem cells can be extracted from these tissues and preserved for many years.

  • Is it worth doing it? 

    The multicomponent cellular and biochemical composition of extraembryonic tissues serves as a source of different stem cells, characterized by great therapeutic potential. Stem cells can be used in the treatment of anemia, hematological malignancies, oncology, traumatic brain injury, viral infection, limb ischemia, stroke and cerebral ischemia, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, myocardial infarction, stroke, peripheral neuropathy, graft-versus-host disease, pulmonary fibrosis, cardiomyopathy, osteoarthritis of the knee, amyotrophic sclerosis and erectile dysfunction. Stem cells are also used for rejuvenation and recovery after surgery, post-infection conditions, strengthening the immune system.

  • Why should stem cells be stored, not tissues? 

    Stem cells are the target product of storage. Outer embryonic tissue is only the raw material for stem cell isolation. By storing extraembryonic tissues for many years in a cryobank (if you need to use your own biobank), you will need to order a separate selection of stem cells from your banked tissues. Moreover, it's a technical challenge to extract stem cells from tissues that have been stored for a long time in nitrogen at - 196 °C. In that case, it is not always possible to extract the best culture of stem cells.
    International protocols advise biotechnologists to work with fresh material. This ensures the preservation of the maximum possible viability of cells — their health potential.
    At GOOD CELLS, we follow the recommendations of the international community and store only stem cells.

You can choose what type of stem cells you want to keep. More about the types of stem cells that can be stored in neonatal bio insurance packages:

  • Umbilical cord blood

    Umbilical cord blood is the blood present in the umbilical cord and placenta. It can be easily collected, checked, frozen, and then stored in an umbilical cord blood bank for later use.
    The leukocyte fraction isolated from umbilical cord blood contains a mixture of different stem cells, including hematopoietic stem cells, endothelial progenitor cells, and mesenchymal stem cells.

  • Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs)

    Adults usually have them in the bone marrow. They produce all types of blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets). Compared to bone marrow HSCs, umbilical cord blood HSCs have a greater therapeutic potential because they are younger. Umbilical cord blood cells can be collected without any risk to the mother or baby. This requires less processing time and has a lower risk of transmitting the infection. Also, umbilical cord blood HSCs do not require strict antigen typing, and the frequency of rejection after transplantation is lower.
    HSC transplants from umbilical cord blood are used to treat various hematological disorders: anemia, leukemia, lymphoma, immunodeficiency, etc. More than 40,000 umbilical cord blood HSC transplants have been performed worldwide. More than 25,000 patients were treated with this approach.
    Umbilical cord blood stem cells can be used to treat neurological diseases and brain injuries. Cerebral palsy, encephalopathy, traumatic brain injury, hydrocephalus, and autism are disorders in which umbilical cord blood stem cells have significant therapeutic potential.
    A list of clinical trials using umbilical cord blood stem cells can be found at the following link.

  • Umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells

    The umbilical cord contains two arteries and one vein protected by a proteoglycan-rich connective tissue called Wharton's jelly. The connective tissue of the umbilical cord is one of the sources of MSCs. However, compared to bone marrow and adipose tissue, the classic suppliers of MSCs, the number of MSCs isolated from the umbilical cord is several times higher. Non-invasive collection procedure, high proliferation potential, stable doubling time for a number of passages, high frequency of clonogenic cells, wide differentiation potential, and low immunogenicity are attractive advantages of umbilical cord MSC, turning the umbilical cord into the primary source of MSC.
    The introduction of MSC of the umbilical cord to practical medicine can be found in the following areas:
    treatment of autoimmune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, etc.); treatment of cardiovascular diseases (postinfarction cardiosclerosis, cardiomyopathy, coronary heart disease, arrhythmia); treatment of liver cirrhosis and liver failure; treatment of the musculoskeletal system (osteoarthritis, traumatic disorders of joints and tendons, sports injuries, congenital or genetically mediated bone disorders); treatment of the nervous system disorders (autism, Alzheimer's disease, spinal cord injury); treatment of diabetes mellitus; bioengineering of tissues and organs (skin and vascular equivalents, heart valves, bone, and cartilage structures).
    Current list of clinical trials involving umbilical cord MSCs.

  • Placental mesenchymal stem cells

    The placenta is a unique organ consisting of a mother and fetal cells. Besides, the placenta is a rich reservoir of mesenchymal stem cells. There are several advantages of MSCs derived from the placenta compared to MSCs isolated from adult tissues:
    more homogeneous and "primitive" population of cells; high rate of proliferation; low risk of ex vivo aging; better ability to migrate to damaged tissue; immunological tolerance.
    MSC of the placenta can be used in cell therapy of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, ischemic stroke, type 2 diabetes, Crohn's disease, hemorrhagic cystitis, hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, graft-versus-host disease, osteoarthritis, wound healing, cosmetic purposes.

  • Amniotic membrane mesenchymal stem cells 

    The amniotic membrane or amnion is a highly elastic transparent membrane that covers the fetus during development. This structure is formed very early in development. It consists of three separate layers: the inner epithelial layer, the intermediate cell-free basement membrane, and the outer layer of mesodermal cells. The amnion is the source of at least two types of stem cells: mesenchymal stem cells of the amniotic membrane and epithelial cells of the amniotic membrane. MSCs of the amniotic membrane arise from the outer mesodermal layer. MSCs of the amniotic membrane have similar properties to MSCs of the placenta but are also characterized by a tendency to neurogenic differentiation.
    MSC of the amniotic membrane can be used to treat cardiovascular diseases, disorders of the musculoskeletal system, disorders of the nervous system, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, wound healing, and cosmetic problems.

  • Amniotic membrane epithelial cells

    Epithelial membrane epithelial cells (AEC) are obtained from the inner layer of the amniotic membrane. Invitro, AEK exhibit epithelial morphology and grow in tightly packed clusters. Ease of extracting, the ability to differentiate into specialized cells of all three germ layers, low immunogenicity, anti-inflammatory properties, and indisputable nature make AEK an up-and-coming tool to use in regenerative medicine.
    AEK can be considered for clinical use in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, including ophthalmic diseases (corneal epithelial dystrophy), pulmonary fibrosis, liver fibrosis, multiple sclerosis, congenital metabolic disorders, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson's disease, primary ovarian failure, premature Asherman's syndrome.

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The price includes an additional discount for storage The cost of the package, UAH
Unique Premium Standart
Umbilical cord blood,
MSC of umbilical cord,
MSC of placenta,
MSC of the amniotic membrane,
epithelial cells of the amniotic membrane
Umbilical cord blood,
MSC of umbilical cord,
MSC of placenta
Umbilical cord blood +
MSC of umbilical cord
Bio insurance 75000 55000 40000
1-year storage 3025
5-year storage 12100
10-year storage 20000

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All bio insurance packages include the following services: 

collection and transportation of biomaterial; round-the-clock monitoring of our specialists; organization of the collection, transportation, processing, and testing of biomaterials; long-term storage of stem cells and providing them to you on-demand; processing, testing, and cryopreservation of stem cells; delivery of stem cells on-demand to any medical institution in Ukraine; free preparation of documents for the transportation of stem cells abroad.
Legal aspects.
The contract for the newborn stem cells preservation can be made on the following grounds:
the biobank of the saved stem cells belongs only to the child. Parents or relatives cannot use it without the child's consent until the age of 18; before the child turns 18, his/her biobank can be managed by parents.


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How does it work?

You will be accompanied by a manager at all times, from choosing the bio insurance package until issuing the personal biobank creation certificate. After selecting the best bio insurance package for your baby, we will ask you to sign documents for the organization, creation, and storage of your child's stem cells.
After we agree on a convenient payment option, we will contact your maternity hospital and obstetrician-gynecologist to decide on the logistics and technology of material collection. Before the delivery date, your doctor will be given a special case for the collection and transportation of the materials to your maternity hospital. When the labor begins, we will send a special courier who will wait for the case and immediately deliver the materials to our biotechnology laboratory. A team of biotechnologists will then create a personal biobank for your baby.
After completing all the biotechnological processes, the created biobank will be frozen in liquid nitrogen for the specified term, and you will receive the passport of the saved cell culture. It usually takes 3-4 weeks from your baby's birth to create a biobank passport.
Our manager will always be in touch with you!

Stem cell therapy is an innovative medical solution for maintaining and improving health! Newborn Bio Insurance at GOOD CELLS is an investment in your baby's health.

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Consultation, registration of a bio insurance package, coordinating with your doctor and maternity hospital.

Isolation, cultivation, and storage of stem cells.

Issue of a cell culture passport. Documents on bio insurance.

Cryopreservation and storage of stem cells.

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Cryopreservation and storage of stem cells

Our manager is always ready to answer your questions. Consultation by phone is completely free and does not oblige you to anything.
We will be happy to provide you with comprehensive information so that you can make the right choice!