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Is CelBank right for you?

Please complete the following five interactive questions that will explain the key reasons you should consider having a personal CelBank. You will have the opportunity, if you wish, to print your results at the end. No personal identifying information is taken and no one will be able to contact you after you take this. We cannot recover your answers, so please print if you wish to keep them.

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Are you in generally good health?

You answered: Yes

It is best to bank your cells when you are healthy and younger.

You answered: No

Some conditions do not effect candidacy. See your doctor to determine if this is the case for you.

Has a parent, their siblings or a grandparent had any of the following conditions: Blood disease, heart disease, endocrine disease (for example diabetes,) age-related eye disease?

You answered: Yes

These are diseases caused by cellular breakdown. All have current therapies or developing treatments based on cell therapies. You will likely benefit from CelBank.

You answered: No

While you do not have a medical history indicating that you are susceptible to cell breakdown diseases, that is not a guaranty you will not have one on these conditions. Consult your doctor.

Do you engage intensively in a sport or aerobic activity or have a dangerous occupation?

You answered: Yes

You have a higher than normal risk of orthopedic, muscle or skin injury that can be treated successfully with cell therapy.

You answered: No

While you do not have high risk, burns or other injuries can be treated with cell therapy.

Do you tend to be conscientious about preparing for future uncertainty: have insurance, saving, spare food or water?

You answered: Yes

You will receive more satisfaction from a preventive medical decision like cell banking than the average person.

You answered: No

You are more comfortable taking things as they come and may struggle with the decision to cell bank. This is a personal choice: there is no right or wrong decision.

Are you between the ages of 35 and 65?

You answered: Yes

This is the ideal age group for cell banking. Since you are within 30 years of the onset of age-related disease, you will likely be the age group that most benefits for cell therapy in your lifetime.

You answered: No

If you are older than 65, you may still be a candidate. You will need to see a CelBank physician for this determination. If you are under 35 your young cells are ideal. However, you may delay your decision, if you wish, and still elect to bank later.

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Are you in generally good health?
Has a parent, their siblings or a grandparent had any of the following conditions: Blood disease, heart disease, endocrine disease (for example diabetes,) age-related eye disease?
Do you engage intensively in a sport or aerobic activity or have a dangerous occupation?
Do you tend to be conscientious about preparing for future uncertainty: have insurance, saving, spare food or water?
Are you between the ages of 35 and 65?