Cord blood has significant medical value and can be used widely in transplant medicine, it's also regarded as "The First Gift" from God to a baby. Collecting cord blood is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at the time of delivery.

In 1988, a 5-year-old boy suffering from Fanconi's Anemia successfully received transplantation of his younger sister's cord blood, which was the first clinical application of cord blood and aroused worldwide enthusiasm about cord blood storage. At present, up to 113 treatable diseases including cancers, blood-related, immunity and metabolic disorders can be treated by cord blood5,6. There are over 40,000 successful cord blood transplant cases over the world5. 100 cord blood transplant cases were performed in Hong Kong, which included both children and adults.

According to the guideline (February 2008 issue) of The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists8, it is recommended doctors should provide balanced and accurate information of cord blood banking for expectant parents, as well as the pros and cons of public versus private cord blood banking. 28 states, cover 78% new born in U.S even have legislations to help expectant parents become aware of cord blood banking options9. It shows the medical value of cord blood.

 

States with Cord Blood Legislation
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During pregnancy, parents already have lots on their minds, however, banking cord blood is actually very simple and it can offer children and their families a lifetime health protection. Cord blood can be used for autologous and allogeneic transplantation, it is 100% genetic match to the baby, have a 25%-50% chance matched with siblings and parents.

Parents wish their children can grow up healthily and happily, storing cord blood is like buying an health insurance, giving children and families the strongest back-up for the unknown future

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Perfect Match

Perfect Match

100% match for autologous transplants.

Regenerative

Regenerative

High regenerative power.

 
Easily Available

Easily Available

Obtain from placenta and umbilical cord, no medical risk to mother and infant.

Low Rejection

Low Rejection

The recipient is at lower risk of complications by cord blood transplant, no rejection for own use and low rejection when donating to others.

 

Treatable Disease Types

At present, over 113 diseases can be treated by cord blood5,6, including:


 

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