Find Out Why You Should Continue to Store Your Child's Cord Blood Stem Cells For The Future!
The first cord blood transplant was in 1988 for a child with Fanconi Anaemia. Since then, cord blood has become a trusted and reliable alternative source of stem cells. Stem cells from cord blood are unique and can overcome some of the limitations of adult stem cells from bone marrow.
Today, they are clinically proven to be used in the treatment of over 80 diseases* and with many clinical trials underway for regenerative therapy and treatment.
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Registration will be closed on 20th November 2023