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Discovery by Canadian Scientists, Big News for Cord Blood

Discovery by Canadian Scientists, Big News for Cord Blood

Earlier this year, a group of Montreal-based scientists, headed by Dr. Guy Sauvageau, discovered a new molecule known as UM171 that may prove to change the face of transplants using stem cells taken from umbilical cord blood. Named one of the discoveries of the year...
Delayed Cord Clamping or Cord Blood Banking?

Delayed Cord Clamping or Cord Blood Banking?

Becoming a parent is overwhelming. With so much information being thrown your way, it can be hard to know which choices will best serve your family in years to come. Amidst the excitement of choosing baby names and nursery colours, there are a number of important...

Cells for Life Scientific Director Discusses Cord Blood Banking

Elisabeth Semple, Scientific Director with Cells for Life, has been working with cord blood since the mid 90s. Considering the first cord blood transplant took place in Paris in 1988, it’s fair to say Elisabeth has followed the evolution of cord blood banking closely...

Cord Blood Banking | To Bank or Not to Bank?

Why one Toronto couple with two children (and one on the way) decided to bank each of their baby’s cord blood.   We recently sat down with Vini and Steve D’Sa, proud parents of two beautiful children, with a third on the way. The D’Sa family banked both of their...

Cryo-Preserving Your Baby’s Cord Blood Stem Cells

We know the umbilical cord is a rich source of stem cells. By cryo-preserving your baby’s stem cell sample, Cells for Life guarantees the highest quality of service in cord blood banking.   Cord blood stem cells are obtained from the blood remaining in the...

Canada’s Luckiest Baby Winner Revealed!

On Sunday, October 26th, Parent Life Network, Cells for Life and fellow sponsors of Canada’s Luckiest Baby joined in Newcastle, Ontario to surprise the Rowley family. There was no way the grey skies and chilling wind were putting a damper on the day for Kristine and...
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