Cells for Life cord blood bank

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Thank you for your inquiry regarding storing your baby’s umbilical cord blood. We are receiving questions regarding the potential disruptions that may be caused by the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and are responding to expectant parents requesting cord blood collection kits be received well in advance of their due dates. To support this initiative, we’re inviting expectant… Read more »

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“The results have changed Leyla’s life and ours” When Angelika and her husband Sami were expecting their second child, they received news that shook their world – their baby had suffered a brain bleed in utero and there was a high likelihood that their child would be born with cerebral palsy. When Leyla came into… Read more »

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Umbilical cord blood is being investigated globally as a potential treatment for cerebral palsy.   The Cell Care Group, consisting of Cell Care in Australia and Cells for Life & Insception Lifebank in Canada, is collaborating with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance to fund a Phase 1 safety trial, led by Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI)…. Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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We’re celebrating dads! For a limited time, enroll with Cells for Life and receive a FREE Magic Baby Bullet as a gift from us!*. Discover #WhatMattersMost For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Client Services at 1.877.235.1997 or info.cfl@cellsforlife.com. *Terms and conditions: This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other… Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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Our Mother’s Day gift for you! For a limited time, enroll with Cells for Life and receive a FREE rockaRoo as a gift from us!*. Discover #WhatMattersMost For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Client Services at 1.877.235.1997 or info.cfl@cellsforlife.com. *Terms and conditions: This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any… Read more »

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Cells for Life has recently joined the international Cell Care cord blood banking group that currently comprises of Cell Care in the Asia Pacific and Insception Lifebank in Canada and North America. The combined group creates one of the world’s top 10 companies in the sector with over 150,000 samples stored. In joining forces, the… Read more »

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It has recently been announced that the Duke University Medical Center has received permission, from the FDA, to expand the access of cord blood clinical trials for conditions like autism spectrum disorder and cerebral palsy. Children who have these neurological disorders are now able to receive therapy, regardless of whether they qualify for a targeted… Read more »

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