How long can my cells stay in cryogenic state?
Posted on June 22, 2016
Indefinitely. The freezing process is designed so that cells frozen for long periods can have excellent viability. You can even make arrangements to will them to others including family members with your genetics or even other people who might benefit from cell therapy but are unable to have their own cells available. Cryobiology has demonstrated that frozen cells can remain viable for many decades.