Posts Tagged: cord blood banking

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Spring savings are in full bloom! This spring, we’re honouring the unconditional love shared between a parent and their child and celebrating #WhatMattersMost! Parents juggle many roles raising their little one; they are role models, teachers, and cheerleaders ­– parenthood takes sacrifice, commitment and patience. You undoubtedly have a million and one little things to… Read more »

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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 habit, saying good-bye to your favourite raw foods and… Read more »

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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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To celebrate our LOVE of LOVE, we’re offering soon-to-be parents another chance to save 50% on cord blood and/or cord tissue collection kits! From now until February 24th, if you register to cord bank your baby’s umbilical cord blood and/or umbilical cord tissue, simply enter coupon code loveforlife and you’ll automatically get 50% off your… Read more »

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Imagine you could protect your family today, from the uncertainty of tomorrow. What would you do? The Healing Power of Cord Banking When a baby is born, the blood found in their umbilical cord is often discarded as medical waste. This blood contains healing stem cells that today is used to treat over 80 diseases, including… Read more »

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Ah, the miracle of birth. For 9 months, you’re beautiful body has sheltered, nurtured and protected a tiny human being. You’ve survived cravings, muscle discomfort, insomnia and nausea, and now, after months of cuddling with a body pillow and waddling to and from the bathroom twenty times a day, one way or another (SPOILER ALERT)… Read more »

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Cells for Life launches cord tissue! * But what is cord tissue, and why should you care? For years, we’ve been telling you about the importance of banking your baby’s umbilical cord blood. Used in the treatment of over 80 diseases including leukemia and lymphoma, it is a way to insure and safeguard your family’s… Read more »

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In 1988, Matthew Farrow, of North Carolina, became the first person to ever receive a transplant using umbilical cord blood. At the time, Matthew was 5 years old and living with Fanconi anemia, a rare, inherited blood disorder that leads to bone marrow failure[1]. Pregnant with Matthew’s little sister, Matthew’s mother had her amniotic fluid… Read more »