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Biobank ImageBiobank aims to collect stem cells and tissues for use in future bone grafts. (medcitynews.com)

A startup has set out to create a biobank of stem cell-rich tissues collected during surgery with the idea that customers can use their own stored biomaterials for use in future bone graft procedures and stem cell therapies.
Cleveland-based CellBank Technologies is modeling parts of its business on the cord blood bank industry, but instead of blood, it plans to store stem cells and bone-grafting tissues harvested from patients during knee and hip replacement surgeries. Read More

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