The new standard
of self care

Backup your biology by preserving the cells in your blood-- stem cells, DNA, and biomarkers today.

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Save it forward, with GoodCell.

As you age, so do your cells. They’ll never be as young as they are right now. GoodCell backs up your healthy cells today so they’ll be available for potential future therapies that could enhance your health through a simple blood draw.

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Inform Health Today.

GoodCell is developing unique tests using your blood to provide you a benchmark to help guide better health decisions.

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Restore Health Tomorrow

GoodCell preserves your cells so that you can utilize your best cells for any potential future cell therapies that may address the damage of disease or aging.

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Why GoodCell

GoodCell is unique. By using blood and not saliva, it’s the only product
that offers both health information and future opportunities.

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A one-time blood draw is all it takes. And we’ll come to you to do it.

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Saving your good cells now gives you your youngest cells available for future cell therapies as they emerge.

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Your GoodCell health information will be highly personalized and unique to you.

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Safe and Secure

Your personal biology sample is processed and stored in a state-of-the- art facility.

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Meet our Advisors

David Scadden, MD GoodCell photo

David Scadden, MD

Co-founder and Chair of GoodCell's Scientific Advisory Board
Co-founder of Harvard Stem Cell Institute
Professor, Harvard University

Joseph Wu, MD GoodCell photo

Joseph C. Wu, MD, PhD

Director, Stanford Cardiovascular Institute
Professor, Stanford University

Kevin Eggan, PhD GoodCell Photo

Kevin Eggan, PhD

Principal Investigator, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
Director, Stem Cell Biology, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute
Professor, Harvard University

Steve McCarroll, PhD GoodCell photo

Steve McCarroll, Ph.D

Dir. of Genetics Broad Institute Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research
Professor, Harvard Medical School

Jerome Ritz, MD GoodCell photo

Jerome Ritz, M.D

Professor, Harvard Medical School
Professor, Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI)
Executive Director, Connell O'Reilly Cell Manipulation and Gene Transfer Laboratory at DFCI

Learn more about GoodCell today -
for greater peace of mind about tomorrow

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