“Cells for Life helped us save our little girl
Cord blood is the blood left in the umbilical cord and placenta immediately after your baby is born. It can be collected, stored and used to treat a wide variety of diseases and medical conditions.
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I was infused with my daughter’s umbilical cord blood and we just waited every day for the blood to multiply or for my bone marrow to rebuild. The transplant was a cure and I’m now in remission because my bone marrow was replaced with my daughter’s stem cells, which produced a whole new bone marrow. She saved my life!
It’s a good insurance policy. If something does happen to me, or his new brother or sister, than we have this option.
We took so long to get pregnant and have a baby and the last thing we wanted to do was put that child’s life in danger. If there’s anything you can do to protect that child, you’re going to do it.
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The FDA made history in April with its first-ever approval of an expanded cord blood product for use as a primary treatment in hematopoietic stem cell transplants (HSCT) for certain blood cancers in adults and children 12 years of age and older.1 Why is cord...
1. What is it? With cord blood and cord tissue banking, parents now have the option to bank two different types of stem cells from their newborn. Cord tissue is collected after umbilical cord blood, and provides families with access to a different source of stem...