Cord blood and tissue banking is a non-invasive procedure that involves the processing of the umbilical cord and storage of the byproducts after processing. It does not take away from the experience of birth, nor does it cause any harm to the baby or parent. Instead, it utilizes the cord, which is usually removed after birth and then discarded.
When you bank your child’s cord blood stem cells, there are two different parts of the cord that can be utilized in future stem cell therapies.
A Rich Source Of Hematopoietic Stem Cells
How is it used?
Cord blood is used to treat blood-related diseases (leukemia, lymphoma, anemia), autoimmune diseases, metabolic diseases, and other certain types of cancers.
Advancements since first successfully used in 1988. It’s now been used to treat over 80 blood-related diseases.
An Abundant Source Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells
How is it used?
Cord tissue can be used to heal muscle and bone injuries, regulate inflammation, autoimmune reactions, repair organs and tissues.
Advancements since first used in 1995. It’s now in almost 600 clinical trials.
StemCyte offers two methods to preserve your newborn’s cord blood stem cells:
StandardCell® or MaxCell®. While the industry uses the StandardCell®, we developed our proprietary method of processing where only the plasma layer is removed.
Research studies show that this method yields a higher recovery of TNC (Total Nucleated Cells).
The higher the TNC, the greater the chance of successful transplant and recovery.
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