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There are two main areas in cryopreservation and tissue donation. These services are coordinated by the Oxford Cell and Tissue Biobank.
Children and adults undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy can have tissue preserved which, when reimplanted, can restore their fertility in later life.
Parts of your body, or groups of cells, 'tissues', can be donated for transplantation or for research, education and other purposes.
There is a national shortage of some tissue donors. There are many patients in the UK waiting for a tissue transplant operation. There is a great demand in the UK for human tissue for research purposes.
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From the Level 2 main entrance, walk to the League of Friends Café. Opposite the café go through the door to the Oxford Heart Centre.
Walk to the end of the corridor and take the lift down to Level 0, turn right out of the lift and continue to the end of the corridor to the office.
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