65 Years of Stem Cell Transplantation - Saving Lives With Living Cells

In 1957, Edward Donnall Thomas reported the first successful bone marrow transplant on a patient. Fast forward to the last few decades we see the rate at which the quality of these transplantations has increased. Different factors need to be considered to make a transplantation successful. One of the critical steps is the precise enumeration of viable CD34+ hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells.

In this seminar, Ben Hedley, our renowned guest speaker, will give an overview about different international guidelines and standards for stem cell enumeration and why it is so critical to follow a strict process for handling hematopoietic stem cells for a successful transplantation. He will also share some insights into the latest clinical study he conducted in partnership with Beckman Coulter Life Sciences.

Furthermore, Andreas Böhmler, Director of Strategic Marketing for Clinical Solutions at Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, will introduce the company’s new automated walk-away solution for clinical CD34+ stem cell enumeration, the AQUIOS STEM System.

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