7 Steps to Transplantation

Cryopreserved (frozen) cord blood stem cells undergo the following in order to be effectively transplanted:

1Transpant Physician requests use of cord blood stem cells

2Thawed and washed prior to transplantation

3Intravenously infused into sick individuals

4Recipient's body tissues and cells either accept or reject the new cells

5If accepted, transplanted cells begin to multiply and regenerate the cells of the blood and immune system

6Engraftment is the first step to recovery, and can take from 21 to 60 days*

7Stem cells engrafted in patient

8Call us for more information

7 Steps to Transplantation

Frequenty Asked Questions:

  • How is cord blood and cord tissue collected?
  • What if cord blood and cord tissue is not collected at my hospital?
  • Why should I choose Cells for Life?
  • Does Cells for Life operate its own storage facility or lease space in one and in what type of facility are you located?
  • What type of storage tanks do you use?
  • Is cord blood collected before or after the delivery of the placenta?

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