Cryopreservation of Cells & GARM International (Roatan Island, Caribbean)
Use of Cryopreservation For Future Delivery. Cryopreservation is becoming more understood, and can now be done with strict Good Manufacturing and Laboratory Practices without potentially dangerous chemical (like DMSO). This is opening the ability to not only "tissue bank" your own cells for future use, but also the ability to supply certain molecules known as exosomes & microvesicles which are believed to be of great potential value in making stem/stromal cells more effective in their functions. Science is advancing the harvest, isolation and cryopreservation of these tiny molecules (not cellular actually) taken from newborn placental & cord tissue (Wharton's Jelly) at time of birth. Although not cellular, they are believed to accomplish important contributions towards reversal of injured and degenerative cells and tissues.