Protect your family's future health by storing your newborn baby's cord blood and cord tissue stem cells

How can cord blood stem cells be used?

There are already more than 85 medical applications for cord blood stem cell transplantation and with future medical advances this list is likely to grow.

Cord blood stem cells can be used to treat:

  • Malignant and nonmalignant blood 
    disorders(1,2)
  • Cerabral palsy(3)
  • Type 1 Diabetes(3)
  • Brain repair(6)
  • Fanconi anaemia(7)
  • Myocardial regeneration(8)
  • Ischemic stroke(9)
  • Autoimmune diseases(10)
  • Spinal cord injury(11)

Your child's precious cord blood could also be used to make iPSCs (induced Pluripotent Stem Cells)
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Cord Blood Stem Cells

The blood within the umbilical cord contains your baby’s own unique stem cells. They form the building blocks for their blood and immune system.

Collecting and preserving a sample of cord blood at birth is a one-off opportunity to capture these vital cells. They provide a unique biological insurance which one day might prove to be a life saver. That’s because cord blood cells can be used to replace damaged or diseased cells anywhere in the body. They will always be a perfect match for your baby and also carry a significant probability of providing a match for other family members.  

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