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The stem cell unit at The London Clinic

Our stem cell unit is a purpose-built facility which allows us to treat and care for patients with serious blood disorders and blood cancers.

The unit has been designed to help patients who need special facilities due to compromised immune systems.

We offer cutting-edge treatments, including the latest developments in:

  • chemotherapy
  • immunotherapy
  • stem cell transplant procedures.

Stem cell therapy

A pipette dropping liquid during stem cell testing

About the Unit

The stem cell transplant unit was established in 1985. The unit is a purpose built stem cell transplant/malignant haematology unit featuring positive pressure ventilation and HEPA filtration.

There are 12 beds in the unit where we treat haematological malignancies. Through our association with Anthony Nolan, we are a major stem cell collection centre for peripheral blood and bone marrow volunteer donors. 

The unit is supported by the stem cell laboratory with facilities for flow cytometry and cryopreservation. A liquid nitrogen facility is used for the long-term storage of patients' stem cells.

Our laboratory

WHY CHOOSE THE LONDON CLINIC FOR STEM CELL THERAPY? 

The purpose-built unit was designed to help patients who need special facilities due to compromised immune systems. It offers cutting-edge treatments, including the latest developments in chemotherapy and immunotherapy as well as stem cell transplants.

The unit is supported by a dedicated stem cell laboratory with facilities for flow cytometry and cryopreservation.  

The London Clinic has a liquid nitrogen facility for the long-term storage of patients' stem cells. We are the largest accredited stem cell collection centre in Europe for peripheral blood and bone marrow volunteer donors, collecting over 700 donations every year.

The teams work closely with blood registries including Anthony Nolan, DKMS and BBMR.

The Haematology and stem cell transplant team

The team is made up of 22 staff members, comprising administrative and clinical staff.  

The team has a wealth of experience and has presented both oral and poster presentations at international conferences. We are a well-known facility within the stem cell and transplant community. 

Some of the Stem Cell Unit team

The Stem Cell Unit team

How can we help you?

Our team of specialist advisors will be able to assist you with any of your questions about our Stem Cell Unit.

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