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Celltek Healthcare Medical and Research Center is the medical unit of Celltek Healthcare LTD. It is a specialized center for the research and therapy in Haematology and genetic diseases. Its major focus is the use of Stem cell therapy for cure of malignant and non malignant diseases (especially Sickle cell disease).

The center is in collaboration with:

  • Prof. Bazuaye GN, the pioneer of stem cell transplantation in Sub-Sahara Africa
  • All subspecialties including, Neurology, Neurosurgery, General surgery, Urology, Cardiology, Child health, Nephrology, Gastroenterology, Oncology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology.






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Complete blood count

Also known as a CBC, it is the most common blood test performed. It measures the types and numbers of cells in the blood, including red and white blood cells and platelets. This test is used to determine general health status, screen for disorders and evaluate nutritional status.

Malaria test

Malaria is an infectious disease caused by Plasmodium parasites. These parasites are primarily spread by the bite of infected female Anopheles mosquitos.

Widal test

The Widal test is one method that may be used to help make a presumptive diagnosis of enteric fever, also known as typhoid fever.

Blood glucose test

A blood glucose test measures the glucose levels in your blood.


At Celltek Healthcare, we provide the following list of services:

Automated Exchange blood transfusion

Exchange transfusion involves the replacement of the total blood volume with compatible donor red blood cells (RBCs) and plasma.

Therapeutic Apharesis

Specialized Blood products therapy and Provision of Blood products eg. Platelets,red cell concentrate,Fresh frozen plasma, platelets rich plasma etc

Bone marrow transplant match testing

Recruiting for Allogeneic stem cell transplant for Sickle cell disease


Autologous stem cell transplant for multiple myeloma

General Hematology

Specialised management of haemato-oncology diseases

Psycho-oncology (counselling) service

This Service provides psychological support to adults with haemato-oncology diseases.


Meet our team of experienced professionals

Prof. Godwin Bazuaye

Chief Medical Officer

Nancy Ojiemhangbe

Apharesis Nurse

Dr Julius

Medical Officer

Nurse Mary


Nurse Mercy


Frequently Asked Questioins

  • Is bone marrow (stem cell) transplant the only treatment for sickle cell disease?

    It is the only cure for sickle cell disease at this time. Results of many studies show that transplants from matched related donors offer about an 85 percent chance of cure. Other treatment choices are the drug hydroxyurea and chronic red blood cell transfusions. These treatments may lessen the complications of sickle cell disease, but they do not cure the disease.

  • Stem cells may be used in different ways, depending on the type of transplant. They may be saved and frozen for later replacement in the patient's system, or they may be given to the patient almost immediately. After cells are collected, the patient undergoes chemotherapy and/or radiation to rid the body of cancer cells. This also creates space in the bone marrow for the new cells. Chemotherapy and radiation reduce the risk of the patient rejecting cells that come from a donor. The harvested bone marrow or blood stem cells are given to the patient using a flexible tube inserted into a vein. These cells proliferate and result in the production of normal blood cells.

  • You may hear the terms “bone marrow transplant” and “stem cell transplant” used interchangeably, which can be confusing. The two terms describe the same treatment.
    Stem cells can come from:

    • Bone marrow (your own or a donor’s)
    • Peripheral blood (your own or a donor’s)
    • Umbilical cord blood
    The medical term for any of those three types is “hematopoietic cell transplant.” But people use the term bone marrow transplant to describe any type.

  • Every person’s situation is unique, but most people can expect to spend at least 30 days in the hospital while your body rebuilds your immune system. When your doctors determine your immune system is strong enough, you will be released from the hospital to continue recovery at home.

  • Becoming a bone marrow donor begins with a simple cheek swab to analyze your DNA. If you are trying to donate to a relative, his or her doctor will check to see if you might be a match.

  • At Celltek Healthcare Medical Centre, we have experience in treating children with sickle cell disease with bone marrow (stem cell) transplant. Our doctors and other health care experts can answer your questions. We encourage families to discuss treatment options and to ask questions to learn more about the care of their children with sickle cell disease.


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Off Ugbowo-Lagos Express Road, Benin City.

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