Recipients

Blood Bank

Blood transfusion is a course of treatment administered to patients who, at a given moment in time, suffer from a shortage of blood components for which there are no other substitutes.

Cord Blood Bank

Umbilical cord blood contains stem cells that can be used to cure diseases such as leukaemia, lymphomas and marrow disorders, by transplanting them along with bone marrow and peripheral blood cells.

Tissue Bank

Tissue obtained from cadavers benefits dozens of recipients: bones and tendons, heart valves, arteries, skin and corneas are reimplanted into patients to improve their quality of life.

Human Milk Bank

Breast milk aids the growth and development of underweight infants (between 800 and 1,500 grams at birth) who are at risk of contracting digestive or intestinal pathologies, immunodeficiency or serious health complications.