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As specialists in cord banking, we get a lot of expecting parents asking us whether or not you can safely delay the clamping of the umbilical cord if you plan on storing your baby’s cord blood. The answer is a resounding yes! Not only is it safe, but choosing to both delay clamping your baby’s… Read more »

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Since 2002, via the Medical Need Program, Cells for Life has extended financial support to expectant parents with a family member currently suffering from a disease that is treatable using cord blood stem cells. Today, Cells for Life is pleased to announce that the Medical Need Program is being renamed the Angel Canadian Sibling Transplant… Read more »

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Being pregnant is a miracle, truly. For nine months, moms-to-be enjoy the feeling of something beautiful growing inside them. That, and the odd wave of nausea, seriously sensitive bladders, the occasional backache and hormones that have you laughing one minute, and crying the next. One of the hardest things to handle when pregnant (and one… Read more »

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Chances are, you’ve never truly experienced cabin fever until you’ve spent a winter indoors with a newborn. But now that fewer layers are in order, it’s easier to get outside on a regular basis. Getting outdoors benefits both babies and moms; fresh air and exercise can do wonders for post-partum mental and physical health, as… Read more »

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