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MedCells is the official distributor of Cells4Life in the Middle East and we offer a unique service of Cord Blood Stem Cells Storage. Our head office is located in Dubai and we have local distributors in each Middle Eastern countries like Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait and more.
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What Treatment Options are Available for Blood Cancer Patients?

Here is another article dedicated for Blood Cancer Awareness Month. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at the factors that decide which treatment option to consider for blood cancer and the treatment options available for blood cancer patients.

There are a range of factors that will determine the blood cancer treatment regimes that a person will be placed on. These factors include:

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Awareness Month: 7 Facts about Blood Cancer You Should Know

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month! To commemorate this important event, we are going to share with you a series of articles talking about blood cancer. In these articles, we will provide you some background information on blood cancer as well as explain the important role of cord blood stem cells in potentially treating blood cancers.

On this first article, we'll start with some of the facts you need to know about blood cancer.

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Your Baby’s Umbilical Cord Could Change their Life

The umbilical cord is a truly remarkable organ. It is a conduit between the mother’s placenta and the foetus, providing the foetus with oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood and removing waste. Without a healthy umbilical cord, life would be impossible.

Traditionally, the umbilical cord would be discarded as medical waste after a baby is delivered. However, this has changed in recent years, as researchers have discovered that umbilical cord blood and tissue is a plentiful source of valuable stem cells.

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8 Myths Uncovered about Cord Blood Stem Cell Storage

As parents learn more about umbilical cord stem cells and their potential uses, they can become overloaded with information. Unfortunately, some of the information they receive may not be accurate. In this article, we'll uncover the most common myths and misconceptions about cord blood stem cell storage that you should know if you are considering saving your baby's umbilical cord blood at birth.

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Umbilical Cord Tissue Stem Cell Facts Expecting Parents Should Know

Aside from the umbilical cord blood, the umbilical cord itself is also rich in valuable stem cells that can potentially save your baby or your family’s health in the future. And a small piece of the umbilical cord can also be preserved in a private stem cell bank (cord tissue banking) for your family's exclusive use.

A lot of information has been published about umbilical cord tissue stem cells in the past several years. It can be difficult to determine which facts and figures are the most important, particularly if you are a busy soon-to-be-parent trying to learn more about stem cell banking. Here are some of the important facts about the umbilical cord tissue to help you get started:

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What are Your Cord Blood Banking Options with Cells4Life?

Your newborn’s umbilical cord is a great source of valuable stem cells that could help protect your baby and your family’s health in the future. That is why many expecting parents are considering saving the cord blood after the delivery of their newborn baby.

Cells4Life offers the most comprehensive range of stem cell storage services in the Middle East and in the UK. Here’s an informative guide to the stem cell banking options available at Cells4Life to help you make an informed decision when saving your newborn baby’s stem cells at birth.

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Simple Guide to Cord Blood Banking for First-Time Parents-to-Be

The stem cells found within a newborn baby’s umbilical cord blood has a powerful healing ability and have been used to treat many conditions including blood disorders, metabolic disorders, and certain types of cancers. That’s why many expecting parents are now open to the idea of saving the umbilical cord blood because it could help protect their baby’s health in the future.

The concept of storing your newborn baby's umbilical cord blood at birth with a private cord blood bank, also known as ‘cord blood banking’ can be overwhelming if you have only heard about it for the first time. Here is a simple guide to cord blood banking for first-time parents-to-be that will give you an understanding of why you should consider saving your baby's cord blood stem cells and how it all works.

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The Benefits of Saving Your Baby's Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells

A newborn baby’s umbilical cord blood contains unique stem cells which have a high level of therapeutic value. In this article, we'll discuss about the medical benefits of umbilical cord blood stem cells and how it can help protect your baby and your family's health in the future.

Among the major types fo stem cells found within the cord blood are hematopoietic stem cells also known as HSCs, which are currently used to treat more than 85 medical conditions including metabolic disorders, blood disorders, and certain types of cancers.

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Cord Blood FAQ: Is It Worthwhile to Store My Baby's Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells at Birth?

You might have heard about the incredible medical breakthroughs involving the use of umbilical cord blood stem cells. These stem cells are already used to treat over 85 different illnesses and there is a lot of exciting new research into the regenerative power of stem cells (Moise, 2005).

However, many expecting parents have a lot of unanswered questions about the cord blood banking practice and whether it is worthwhile to store the cord blood stem cells of their baby. So to help you understand the benefits of saving the umbilical cord blood stem cells, we'll answer some of the most frequently asked questions by parents who are new to the idea of cord blood banking.

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Umbilical Cord Blood: Current and Future Uses for Your Family

Since the discovery of cord blood stem cells in 1974, there have been more than 40,000 transplants worldwide. Many of these procedures have been life-saving, helping patients recover from deadly conditions like leukaemia and multiple myeloma.

But cord blood stem cells may have an even brighter future, with dozens of clinical trials underway that may lead to new treatments for heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and other conditions. Some researchers believe that the regenerative potential of stem cells is about to revolutionise the world of medicine.

In this article, we’ll share some of the current and future uses of cord blood stem cells. It will help you understand why cord blood stem cells are a precious medical asset which should be preserved for your family’s health.

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