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Everyone who wishes to store cord blood should have the opportunity to do so, and that is why we work hard to keep costs down for you. Ask us about our payment plans and discounts for returning parents and multiple births!

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New England Cord Blood Bank is the world’s premier cord blood bank. Our unmatched experience—in cryogenics since 1971 and cord blood banking since 1995—delivers the expertise and quality your family desires at an affordable price.

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Processing and storage in one location
Company-owned and operated facility

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Delay Cord Clamping?

YES! The good news is that cord blood can be collected regardless of when the cord is clamped!

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Expanded Umbilical Cord Blood Could Support Bone Marrow Transplants
January 07, 2019

Expanded Umbilical Cord Blood Could Support Bone Marrow Transplants Researchers at the Duke Cancer Institute recently reported results from a clinical trial of ex vivo expanded umbilical cord blood (UCB). The researchers tested expanded UCB use on high-risk patients with a history of blood cancers. Study patients did not have access to a matched, related […]

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Cord Blood Facts

Is it possible to delay cord clamping and still collect cord blood?  The answer is yes.  The recommended time for delaying cord clamping given by the World Health Organization is 1-3 minutes.  Even if clamping is delayed by 3  minutes, there will still be plenty of blood remaining in the placenta and umbilical cord to collect.

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