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Kira’s Story: “We are so proud of how far she has come”

Kira’s Story: “We are so proud of how far she has come”

In recognition of World Cerebral Palsy Day on October 6th, we are sharing a local story from the heart of the Canadian Rockies about a family who accessed their stored cord blood. Danica Crawford and her husband were born and raised in Kamloops, British Columbia. When...
Cord Blood and Cord Tissue Banking 101

Cord Blood and Cord Tissue Banking 101

Cord blood and cord tissue banking – everything you need to know right at your fingertips! Taking care of baby is what matters most as a parent, including their health now and long into the future. In addition to taking your prenatal vitamins, nixing that coffee...
What Matters Most to Parents: Their Child’s Future

What Matters Most to Parents: Their Child’s Future

As a parent, or soon-to-be parent #WhatMattersMost when it comes to your child? Chances are that their health and happiness would top your list. That’s where the benefits of cord blood and cord tissue banking come in! It’s peace of mind for your child and their...
Cord Blood and Cord Tissue Banking for Multiples or New Siblings

Cord Blood and Cord Tissue Banking for Multiples or New Siblings

Are you expecting another bundle of joy? Or, are you pregnant for the first time and expecting multiples? Congratulations! While you are gearing up for taking care of two (or more) babies, it’s important to start planning for your children’s futures, including their...
Delayed Clamping and Cord Blood Collection – You Can Do Both!

Delayed Clamping and Cord Blood Collection – You Can Do Both!

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...
The Untapped Potential of Stem Cells

The Untapped Potential of Stem Cells

Brynn McLennan was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy at the tender age of 12. This disease has left a severe curve in her back, and affects muscle growth in her face, shoulder blades and torso. For nearly two decades Brynn has tried various types of treatment – she...
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