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Aeterna Health's Immune Cell (iCell) Banking

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What are Immune Cells and the Immune System?

Among the organs in the human body, the immune system functions as a firewall, removing risky factors such as bacteria and viruses that can cause disease from the start and protecting the body from harm. No medicine is as effective as the human body’s innate immune system, which is both defensive and recuperative.

The fast pace of life, constant work pressure, unavoidable air, and environmental pollution may do unseen damage to our immune system. As a result, our immunity may be weakened, and we may experience a variety of health problems.

The immune cells that make up a person’s immune system determine whether it is functioning properly. The human body is made up of many different types of cells, and immune cells are the foundation of the body’s immune system.

What are the potential benefits of storing immune cells?

The aging process is associated with a gradual decline in immune function, leaving some individuals vulnerable to various diseases. The immune system’s peak performance occurs during early adulthood, with immunity primarily mediated by T cells. By the age of 40, immune function is only half that of a 20-year-old, and by the age of 70, it is only one-tenth. Therefore, it may be prudent to collect and preserve healthy immune cells at an early age to potentially mitigate some of the effects of aging.

Cryopreservation of young, healthy immune cells at ultra-low temperatures may be an effective strategy for preventing and or treating some diseases. These cells may be able to be used later to help fight diseases, possibly slowing down the impacts of aging, and potentially enhancing the body’s immune response. Additionally, preserving one’s own cells for possible future treatments could be considered a valuable investment and might provide access to future  regenerative medical technology and aid with the preservation of an individual’s own life resources.

What is the purpose of storing immune cells?

1)The type, quantity, and quality of immune cells are essential to maintaining health and decrease with age. Preserving healthy immune cells now may enable future replenishment of the correct type and number of autoimmune cells.

2)Environmental pollutants and the stresses of modern life may contribute to suboptimal immune function. Cell-based immune therapies may aid in regulating the immune system to counteract these negative impacts.

3)Immune cell therapy technology is increasingly used alongside traditional cancer treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. Combining these treatments may improve outcomes, and the preservation of immune cells provides the potential for future therapy.

4)The aging population is a pressing issue and preserving and utilizing immune cell therapy technology may delay some aspects of the aging process and potentially enhance the quality of life. Immune cell storage provides an  important element in accessing this therapy in the future to aid individuals and to possibly extend a healthy lifespan.

Immune cells' potential applications

Anti-aging treatment

As we age, immune cells may be returned to the human body so that those cells may assist in the removal of senescent cells, potentially slowing the rate of aging, and playing a positive  cosmetic role.


Adjuvant therapy for cancer

The progression of cancer may be  a lengthy process, with cell mutation a factor.When immune cells are returned to the human body, these cells may remove these mutated cells, potentially lowering the likelihood of cancer occurrence.


For those unfortunate enough to develop cancer in the future, cryopreserved cells may be reawakened to help fight it effectively through expanding and modifying immune cells. Furthermore, immunotherapy is a cutting-edge technology in the field of cancer treatment, and it is currently regarded as a promising method to treat cancer.


Regulate sub-health

Sub-health is the critical point in the human body’s transition from health to disease, as well as a warning signal from the body. If it is not taken seriously, it may result in an irreversible health crisis. Immune cell therapy technology has the potential to significantly regulate sub-health.



Cryopreserved cells may assist the immune system in better protecting our organs, improving human immunity, preventing diseases, and potentially preventing cancer.

What is Aeterna Health's Immune Cell (iCell) Banking?

iCell banking involves the harvesting, processing, and cryopreservation of an individual’s healthy iCells for potential future use in immunotherapies. During the processing stage, white blood cells are separated from peripheral blood, which includes T-cells and other iCells. From there, the cell samples are safely stored and kept viable until they are needed. In order to be helpful for immunotherapy, iCells must be harvested with high purity.


iCell banking works as a form of medical insurance against the potential that an individual may require immunotherapy in the future. It maybe seen as a long-term investment in health, in line with taking out medical insurance. All insurance plans are speculative in nature, requiring an  investment in health now to protect against the physical and financial burden of possible future health issues.

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