You may not know this, but when your baby is born, the leftover blood inside the umbilical cord is very special. It contains stem cells, which “know” to find injured cells and tissue in the body and may initiate the healing process.1
Cord blood stem cells have been used for more than 20 years in the treatment of over 80 conditions and are being investigated for new potential uses in about 100 clinical trials.2 And cord blood stem cells have been used to regenerate healthy blood and immune systems in more than 40,000 transplants worldwide from both donated and privately banked cord blood.3 The future looks bright for newborn stem cells.
Storing your newborn’s stem cells allows you to preserve their full potential and lock in their special powers. Join the millions of people investing in their family’s future by protecting their newborn stem cells for potential future use.
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Cord Blood Registry® (CBR®) is the world’s largest and most experienced newborn stem cell company. Since 1992, families have entrusted CBR to store more than 700,000 cord blood and cord tissue samples. As part of their commitment to advancing the clinical applications of newborn stem cells, CBR has helped over 400 families use their cord blood samples for established transplant medicine and experimental regenerative applications.
Meier C, Middlelanis J, Wasielewski B, et al. Spastic paresis after perinatal brain damage in rats is reduced by human cord blood mononuclear cells. Pediatr Res. 2006;59:244-249. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16439586
Data on file from clinicaltrials.gov, January 2018
Ballen K. Update on umbilical cord blood transplantation. F1000Res. 2017;6:1556. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.11952.1.