There can be some confusion surrounding cord blood banking. We explain the truth behind some common misconceptions about cord blood banking here.
If you are considering cord blood banking for the future health of your children, it’s ideal to know what kind of costs to expect before you make your decision.
Health insurance, taxes, and cord blood banking: can you count on financial breaks to help you store the stem cells from your child’s umbilical cord?
The most common uses of cord blood are to treat conditions like leukemia, anemias, and sickle cell disease—but even more applications are in clinical trials.
Want to understand how cord blood is collected? It begins with a plan and ends with peace of mind as you start life with your brand-new baby.
While the mother-to-be gets all the attention, Dad needs to get up to speed behind the scenes. These are just a few things to know for expectant fathers.
Before collecting your baby’s umbilical stem cells, your doctor takes a sample of your blood. Learn about what the maternal blood draw is and when to do it.
What’s the difference between umbilical cord blood and tissue? They produce different kinds of stem cells, but they both have enormous benefits for your child.
If you’ll be banking your baby’s cord blood, learn how stem cells are harvested using Sepax 2 technology. This first automated process is the gold standard.
Why do parents cryogenically store their kids’ umbilical cord blood? Here’s what to know about stem cell treatments and how they can affect your family.