Umbilical cord tissue banking is a service we offer at Cells4Life in addition to cord blood banking. This involves collecting a piece of the umbilical cord at the time of birth, after the cord has been cut away and the cord blood is collected. Here’s a short article to help expectants learn more about cord tissue banking.
Did you just finished your research on the internet about cord blood banking and now would like to schedule an appointment with a specialist to learn more? Here are some of the most important questions that you need to ask the cord blood banking representative:
Cord blood banking or cord blood storage refers to saving your baby's precious umbilical cord blood which could potentially help him or her if ever it is needed in the future. For expectant parents who are interested in banking the cord blood, it is important to learn the differences between private cord blood storage and public cord blood donation. To help you make a more educated selection, here are the benefits as well as the disadvantages of both public and private cord blood storage:
Cells4Life offers a wide range of umbilical cord blood banking services that use the most modern processing and storage processes available. This informative guide is designed to help expecting parents understand the cord blood banking services we provide and the technologies involved.
In this third and final part of Cord Blood Banking 101, we’ll cover everything from the practicalities of cord blood collection through to the advanced medical research going on around the globe related to stem cells.
In this second part of cord blood banking 101, we will talk about the importance of saving umbilical cord tissue, how cord blood banking works and the reasons why parents choose to save their baby’s umbilical cord blood in a private cord blood bank.
There is a vast amount of information about banking the umbilical cord blood (also known as cord blood stem cells storage) available online ─ so much that it can be confusing for expectant parents who are looking to store the umbilical cord blood of their newborn baby.
In this first part of Cord Blood banking 101, we are going to provide you with a list of useful articles that discuss about the most essential information that expecting parents should know when it comes to storing the umbilical cord blood after birth.
Many pregnant women are now interested in the idea of preserving their baby’s cord blood which can potentially be used to cure more than 80 medical conditions. Learning about cord blood banking can be overwhelming, especially for expecting parents who will be having their first baby.
In this article, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions about saving your baby’s cord blood that will help you learn the basics:
If you have made the decision to save your child’s umbilical cord blood, the next step is to find a reliable and reputable cord blood bank. Choosing the right cord blood bank is very important because they are handling a biological asset that may someday save your child’s life. This article will discuss the importance of choosing the right cord blood bank and provide some advice for how to do so.
The decision of whether or not to save your newborn baby’s cord blood stem cells can sometimes be overwhelming for first time expecting parents. But choosing to save your baby’s stem cells at the time of birth can be a life-changing one.
We have put together some of the most common cord blood banking myths and misconceptions, which we hope will provide you with much needed information while you make your decision.