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Cord Blood Storage - An Overview Of Cord Blood Banking Process

By Apurva Jain
After cord blood collection, the blood is saved in bags or vials - it is taken to the cord blood bank through courier service. Once it reaches the bank, the sample is rendered a unique identification number. Thereafter, the doctors separate the stem cells from the blood and store them cryogenically (by freezing them in liquid nitrogen). After that, when needed, the cord blood stem cells are unfreeze and utilized in either Allogeneic Procedures or Autologous Procedures.
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5 Reasons to Save Your Newborn's Cord Blood With a Private Cord Blood Bank

By Stefani Padilla
If you're pregnant, no doubt you've already been bombarded with tons of flyers, e-mails, pamphlets, advertisements, and even phone calls regarding saving your newborn's cord blood with a private bank. Cord blood is the blood left in the umbilical cord and placenta following delivery of a baby. This blood is rich in stem cells, which are becoming more and more important in the treatment of many diseases. You can spend months pouring over all the literature available on the pros and cons of saving your newborns umbilical blood with a private bank, but just to get you started, here are five reasons to save your baby's umbilical blood with a private bank:
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Umbilical Stem Cells | Stem Cell Parkinson's | Baby's Cord Blood | Cryocell Cord Blood | Umbilical Chord Stem Cells | Cbr Cord Blood Registry