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Use your cells for personalized medicine.

Your cells could be used in the future to diagnose and even treat your own diseases. Because of this, Silene Biotech is building a personalized medicine platform for consumers using your own cells. Our first service preserves your cells today, while they are younger and healthier, for future diagnostic or therapeutic use. We are also developing personalized technologies to improve patient outcomes for a number of diseases.

If you're excited about the future of medicine and want to preserve your cells today, click the button below.

Not quite ready, but want to find out how personalized medicine can use your cells? Enter your info below and we'll get back to you in a day. 

 

Silene Biotech is not manufacturing therapies at this time and does not provide medical advice

4 reasons to invest in your future health.

 
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Your own cells can be used to treat your body.

Diagnostics and therapies using patients' own cells are already in clinical trials. Some of the diseases in trials include heart disease, macular degeneration, diabetes, Parkinson's, spinal cord injury and leukemia - but more applications are in development today!

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Your cells & DNA are damaged every second.

Our cells and DNA are damaged every second from our environment and normal biological processes. This damage accumulates during middle age and irreversibly alters our cells and stem cells - possibly preventing you from using them in the future.

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Have your cells ready for when you need them.

As we and others develop more services, having your cells stored ahead of time allows you to use them when you need them - right away. We're already working with doctors and other biotech companies to pilot test having banked cells for on-demand safety screening.

Freezing stops the cellular aging process.

By saving your cells today, you can halt the damage and aging of your cells. They are frozen at ultra-low temperatures and can be kept indefinitely. When you need your cells, they can be retrieved and thawed and will be still viable and functional. 

How it works:

 
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1. Purchase our service online and register an account

Our service can be purchased securely on our website via Stripe with an initial launch pricing of $399. We accept all major credit cards and Paypal. Of course, if you have questions before purchasing, we'd love to help - you can email us at contact@silenebiotech.com or even book a free phone consultation by clicking this link. After purchasing, you will be directed to create a customer account.


2. Schedule your blood draw

The collection process is a low-volume blood draw that takes 90 seconds or less per participant. For this, we've partnered with Bloodworks Northwest to offer the best clinically-focused phlebotomy services. The blood draw will take place at their Seattle donor center location Mondays through Fridays, and you can schedule the blood draw in your customer account homepage.

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3. Stay updated with Silene Biotech

After your draw, we receive your cells and process them in our FDA-registered facility. After processing your cells, we'll update you with their status and send them to be stored long term at our biorepository partner location in the Midwest. We'll also keep you updates with new services and updates. When you need your cells, you can contact us at any time to retrieve them and, after verifying identity, we'll send to them your physician, healthcare provider or service partner.

Stem cell research is accelerating around the world.

The ability to engineer and regenerate our own tissues has long been a dream, but with the advancement of stem cell technology, such as the development of new stem cells (which won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2012), scientist and doctors are using stem cells to engineer nearly every tissue and organ in the human body.

Want to learn more about stem cells and the different types? Our cofounder, Alex, wrote a blog post here.

Want to learn more about organ-specific research? Read snippets below and click the pictures for more information.
 

Scientists at the University of South Carolina have generated and purified liver cells from human stem cells 

Scientists at the University of South Carolina have generated and purified liver cells from human stem cells 

Scientists at Columbia University have been able to successfully generate lung and airway epithelial cells from human stem cells

Scientists at Columbia University have been able to successfully generate lung and airway epithelial cells from human stem cells

Australia-based International Stem Cell Corporation has launched a Phase 1 study for stem cell-based treatment of Parkinson's Disease

Australia-based International Stem Cell Corporation has launched a Phase 1 study for stem cell-based treatment of Parkinson's Disease

Scientists at the University of Washington have used human stem cells to regenerate a monkey heart - these cells are in human clinical trials in Paris

Scientists at the University of Washington have used human stem cells to regenerate a monkey heart - these cells are in human clinical trials in Paris

San Diego-based Viacyte has launched a Phase 1/2a clinical trial for Type-1 diabetes using human stem cell-derived pancreatic β-islet cells

San Diego-based Viacyte has launched a Phase 1/2a clinical trial for Type-1 diabetes using human stem cell-derived pancreatic β-islet cells

Scientists at Cincinnati Children's Hospital have successfully engineered intestinal tissues with a functional nervous system using human stem cells

Scientists at Cincinnati Children's Hospital have successfully engineered intestinal tissues with a functional nervous system using human stem cells

The scientists at Cincinnati Children's Hospital have also successfully engineered 3D gastric organoids using human stem cells

The scientists at Cincinnati Children's Hospital have also successfully engineered 3D gastric organoids using human stem cells

Scientists at the Australia-based Murdoch Childrens Research Institute have engineered kidney organoids using human stem cellss

Scientists at the Australia-based Murdoch Childrens Research Institute have engineered kidney organoids using human stem cellss

Learn more about us and our customers.

Our Customer Testimonials:

  • I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2011. While there are multiple therapies I can choose from today the most promising treatments are in clinical trials currently [...] As many of these will be in trials for many years, I will most likely be much older when they are available for consumer/patient use. The ability to freeze my stem cells at my current age to potentially use later in life and take advantage of my younger stem cells could make a world of difference to how my body reacts to the treatment when/if it becomes available.
    — Ashlee
  • Silene Biotech has been a team of compassionate, excited, and most importantly responsive people! I thought my cells would do their thing and I might not really engage again except to renew my storage or if I needed the cells themselves. The easy engagement between the company and client fires me up.
    — Samantha
  • Heaven forbid, should I need a kidney in my golden years and that is the only thing in my way of reaching 107, I can have my own instead realizing the gig is up. I am a big believer in pushing medical research (stem cell research) forward and that personalized medicine should be accessible to all.
    — Wendy
  • Issues of health and longevity have become increasingly important to me as I've gotten older. I intend to do whatever I can to ensure that I am able to enjoy good health and a high quality of life for as long as possible.
    — Toni

Our Team:

We are a team of scientists, doctors, and dreamers who believe in the future of personalized medicine. Our founding team of a Bioengineering PhD and an MD/MBA has extensive experience in stem cell biology, cutting edge biotech research, and clinical medicine, and we're motivated to push the field forward by partnering with you. We strive to be scientifically-focused, transparent, and our customers are always first.

Questions or opportunities? Email us at contact@silenebiotech.com
or book a free phone consultation by clicking the button below.


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