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Our Facilities

State-of-the-art processing
and storage facilities

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Store stem cells using CryoSave’s state-of-the-art processing and storage facilities in Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Dubai, India and South Africa. We endeavour to ensure that all of our stem cell banks meet the highest quality standards and are properly accredited. All CryoSave laboratories are obliged to reach or exceed nationally and internationally imposed legal standards.

In choosing CryoSave to store stem cells, you make a secure and safe choice. For more information about our labs, facilities and private stem cell banking processes, we invite you to visit our labs website.

Process and storage expertise

The complete process, from collection of the sample through to the transportation, processing, testing, freezing, storage and release for therapy, is highly monitored and controlled. All of our Laboratories are appropriately licensed and the Laboratory Protocols have been established in compliance with the NetCord-FACT international guidelines. Geneva’s facility has achieved accreditations according to the highest standards: GMP:WHO, GMP:Pic/S and ISO 9001:2008. Our Quality Management System uses special state-of-the-art techniques to ensure full traceability from the client through to the laboratory and storage facilities..

We process all samples using a fully automated system with no risk of contamination. This volume reduction of umbilical cord blood before cryopreservation is the preferred method applied for most public, private and family cord blood banks worldwide. For hematopoietic stem cell transplantations, only the white blood cells are required and represent the main therapeutic potential. The automated processing technique preserves also the highly immature stem cells with potential application for treatment of non-hematopoietic diseases.

Your sample is held securely until such a time as you may need it. With full parental request and consent, many samples have already been released from our facilities for treatments.