Ensure the safety and future health of your family by storing vital cord blood for future medical use. Collected blood can be preserved for years and is a safe, reliable option for medical transplants. Learn more today about what options exist, including the process of blood collection, the various types of banks, their costs, and stem cell treatments.

Why Bank Blood?

Cord blood stem cells can be used to treat a wide range of hematopietic and genetic disorders including leukemia, sickle-cell anemia, and several types of cancer. Additionally, banked cord blood could prove useful for other treatments that medical researchers are currently investigating. These clinical trials, spanning from autism to diabetes, provide a future possibility for disease treatment with cord blood cells. Banking cord blood is a great way to maximize the medical options for your children.

More Information About Cord Blood Banking

Blood from a newborn's umbilical cord can be collected and stored for future medical transplants. This process is completely safe for the mother and child; in fact the blood extraction happens after birth once the cord has been cut and clamped. A medical courier safely delivers the blood to a bank where is is cryopreserved and stored for long-term use. In most cases, the cord blood will be tested, processed, and verified for future use, measured along a variety of quality standards. To learn more, fill out the form above.