Why should you store your DNA?

“By understanding the information processes underlying life, we are starting to learn to reprogram our biology to achieve the virtual elimination of disease, dramatic expansion of human potential, and radical life extension.

- Ray Kurzweil, Google's Chief Futurist
Significance of DNA Storage

Your DNA is the most valuable gift that you can give your children

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Genomic scan of my own DNA that I stored a few years ago helped me to reveal a genetic alteration that indicated an alternative successful treatment of cancer.  “Your genomic information in your medical record will help doctors diagnose and treat you in the future”.


“We use the most innovative technologies to stabilize your biological sample, extract your DNA and store it for extended periods of time.  The DNA stored can be easily recovered to allow you to use samples directly in downstream applications without the need for further purification.

- CEO, Helixa Lifesciences

Sample Collection

Our sample collection team will come and personally collect the blood or other types of samples by taking prior appointments from the customers.

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Safe Transportation

We use a 3 layer safety to transport the samples.  A primary receptacle that is in direct contact with the specimen, a secondary packaging that fully encapsulates the primary receptacle, and an outer packaging in a freezing box for shipping or transit.

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Hygienic Storage

We extract your DNA using the best techniques for maximum yield.  Then we store your DNA using the most reliable procedures at 2 different locations to ensure safety for maximum availability of your most precious treasure for the next 21 years and further.

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Case Studies

Examples of People who benefitted from Genetic Treatment

Dr. Lukas Wartman

Dr. Lukas Wartman was devastated when he found out that he was subject to the very cancer he spent his career studying. But he was lucky to be at the right place at the right time as his associate director and colleagues at the university were determined to find a solution for

Sergey Brin

Sergey Brin, the co-founder of Google discovered that he carried a gene mutation – G2019S – that is tied to Parkinson’s disease through the DNA company 23andme. With the family history of Parkinson’s disease that affected his mother and her aunt, and this result meant that he

Noreen Fraser

Noreen Fraser, who succumbed to Breast Cancer in early 2017 after fighting with it for 16 long years, was a strong proponent of DNA testing and storage, due to the benefits we can achieve from these in the present and in future. She suggested that Cancer should also be a chronic


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