Cryopreservation is the most widely accepted, medically-proven, method of safe long-term preservation of biological material. Tissue samples, specifically cells, are kept at very low temperatures, typically in liquid nitrogen (-196°C). Cryopreservation is used to preserve a wide variety of cells and tissues, including harvested cells, umbilical cord blood, and sperm, eggs, and embryos for assisted reproduction. The goal of cryogenic cell banking is to preserve the cells or tissues in a stable state for an extended period of time, so that they can be used for research or therapeutic purposes in the future.

Acorn uses the same reliable processes that have been proven for decades.  Cryopreservation can safely and reliably preserve cells indefinitely, which means you’ll be able to benefit from future medical innovation for years to come.