Dr. Mentz is now offering Patient's the ability to bank their own stem cells for future use with Forever Labs.

How It Works

Storing your young stem cells can ensure they remain undamaged, even as the years pass.

Your stem cells grow older as you do. Forever Labs can bank them now, so that you have a reserve of your own young stem cells for future use. All that is needed to preserve your stem cells is a small sample of your bone marrow collected by a physician from an aspiration, or fat tissue collected from a liposuction. This one-time collection will preserve your stem cells in their most youthful state for future use.


Dr. Mentz will collect your stem cells in this simple, 15 minute out-patient procedure.


Your stem cells are cryogenically frozen and safely stored in an FDA-compliant clinical-grade biorepository.


Your stem cells are stored until you need them to combat age-related diseases with advanced therapies.


Storing your stem cells today preserves them for future therapies that combat age-related disease, and perhaps aging itself.


Your young stem cells have the potential to be used in rejuvenation therapies in development. Storing your young stem cells for future reintroduction may help you live a healthier, longer life.

Healthier Life

Stem cells replenish and support your blood, bone, immune system, and other vital tissues. Research suggests the decline in these stems cells plays a role in the physical decline associated with aging.

Fight Disease

The clinical use of stem cells is fast expanding. Your young stem cells may be used to fight dozens of age-related diseases including heart disease, osteoarthritis, multiple sclerosis, kidney failure, stroke, autoimmune diseases, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and many more.

Quality Time

Young mesenchymal stem cell transplantation has been used to extend lifespan in mice; a technology that may translate to humans. To have access to young, genetically-matched stem cells in the future, store yours today.

For more information please visit https://foreverlabs.com