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Cryo-cell Transplants


Cryo-Cell can make a life-saving difference

No parent wants to believe that their child may need a stem cell transplant. But knowing Cryo-Cell and Dr. Linda Kelley's team will be there for them can be a priceless comfort. The chart below summarizes transplants performed using umbilical cord stem cells stored by families at Cryo-Cell. This list continues to grow and, in your child's lifetime, the possible stem cell medical applications may be beyond our imagination today. It is foreseeable that one day stem cells can be an integral part of our health maintenance. 

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Date of

Transplant

Diagnosis

Donor

Transplant Medical Facility

Recipient Age (yrs)

Time Stored (months)

Collection Volume (mL)

Nucleated

Cell Count (x108)

Total CD34+ Cells (x106)

2/14

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

4

56

47

0.92

0.12

2/14

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N

2

26

146

12.09

2.15

1/14

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N

4 mos.

4

62

1.69

0.47

12/13

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

5

10

128.4

0.03

2.66

11/13

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

3

14

112.4

0.29

2.94

11/13

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Hospital de Solca, Guayaquil-Ecuador

5

10

135.3

10.24

6.02

7/13

Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

3

10

76.4

2.93

0.79

7/13

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

5

22

143.4

10.41

1.7

6/13

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

4

22

87.4

7.71

2

5/13

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

8 mos.

8

53.4

2.89

0.26

2/13

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

8

8 107.4 9.61 3.56

2/13

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Children's Hospital Boston

15

58

108

5.90

1.5

11/12

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

6

71

85

11.90

9.45

9/12

Static Encephalopathy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

4

56

109

7.25

4.34

2/12

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

3

18

79

4.43

0.43

8/11

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Sri Ganga Ram Hospital Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi, India

5

14

96

5.56

0.52

8/11

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

BL Kapur Memorial Hospital, Pusa Road, New Delhi, India

7

16

131

0.01

2.07

3/11

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

1

14

111

7.03

0.41

2/11

Cerebral Hypoxia

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

3

41

63

5.17

1.02

1/11

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

9

25

59

2.52

0.32

1/10

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

7

11

138

0.01

3.37

11/10

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

3

9

103

0.65

1.24

6/10

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

60

88

3.78

0.40

6/10

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

BL Kapur Memorial Hospital New Delhi, India

2

30

114

7.95

0.93

6/10

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

1

17

95

2.11

0.64

5/10

Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anemia Type II

Allogeneic (sibling)

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

2

28

65

1.87

0.56

3/10

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

4

40

85

0.25

2.44

3/10

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

7

89

71

2.33

1.69

12/09

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

2

13

128

9.45

2.91

12/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

54

90

2.67

1.79

12/09

Cerebral Hypoxia

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

2

24

88

2.23

2.09

9/09

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

9

22

60

2.48

0.38

8/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

6

80

72

2.56

3.08

7/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

2

24

116

22.23

15.12

5/09

Cerebral Hypoxia

Autologous (self)

Hospital Universitario de Monterrey, Mexico

6

72

73

1.27

0.92

5/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

75

96

4.07

0.84

4/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

71

145

4.88

4.02

4/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

3

39

92

6.57

2.46

3/09

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

8

10

91

7.05

1.33

3/09

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

8

97

155

8.73

8.12

1/09

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

1

17

85

6.01

0.53

12/08

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

70

95

6.54

3.89

11/08

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

6

78

130

2.05

1.41

10/08

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

7

93

115

4.06

3.15

9/08

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

11 mos.

9

60

1.72

1.05

8/08

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

3

4

78

1.78

0.24

8/08

Sickle Cell Anemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

North Shore Long Island Jewish Children’s Hospital

2

31

91

3.36

1.01

6/08

Aplastic Anemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Clinica Ruiz Arguelles , Puebla, Mexico

2

2

108

4.03

1.02

6/08

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

6

79

100

4.46

2.93

6/08

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

8 mos.

7

147

11.29

3.97

1/08

Myeloblastic Acute Leukemia M2

Allogeneic (sibling)

Juan I. Menchaca, Nuevo Hospital Civil de Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

6

6

127

6.06

7.35

12/07

Neuroblastoma

Autologous (self)

Medical City Children’s Hospital, Dallas, TX

2

28

117

9.59

0.78

11/07

Type 1 Diabetes

Autologous (self)

Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL

5

40

62

2.70

4.14

10/07

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

4

17

115

2.96

4.96

5/07

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Mount Elisabeth Hospital, Singapore

3

16

85

1.29

9.15

4/07

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Steriling Hospital, Ahmedabad, India

7

21

75

3.65

0.13

3/07

Sepsis following liver transplant

Autologous (self)

(VCU) Virginia College Univeristy Medical Center, Richmond, VA

7

89

141

2.75

N/D

1/07

Ischemic Brain Injury

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

60

70

1.27

1.13

9/06

Thalassemia Major

Allogeneic (sibling)

Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

3

5

90

2.79

0.14

9/06

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

3

49

100

4.66

1.16

6/06

Asphyxia by semi-drowning

Autologous (self)

Centro de Especialidades Medicas Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico

1

12

54

1.78

0.98

6/06

Lymphoblastic Acute Leukemia in second remission

Allogeneic (sibling)

Hospital ISSSTE, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico

4

4

127

7.18

3.54

5/06

Type 1 Diabetes

Autologous (self)

Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL

5

61

140

5.90

2.67

4/06

Cerebral Palsy

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

5

60

75

1.90

1.78

1/06

Neuroblastoma

Autologous (self)

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

4

47

80

2.47

3.64

10/05

Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai, India

5

5

75

2.51

10.50

8/05

Type 1 Diabetes

Autologous (self)

Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL

5

75

65

75.60

N/D

8/05

Anoxic Brain Injury/

Angelman’s Disorder

Autologous (self)

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

2

37

120

3.40

2.72

11/04

Sanfilippo Syndrome

Allogeneic (sibling)

University Medical Center, Tucson, AZ

4

27

118

5.23

3.72

1/03

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Allogeneic (sibling)

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

5

7

65

1.35

1.57

8/02

Aplastic Anemia

Autologous (self)

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

1

16

123

2.52

0.35

4/02

T-Cell Lymphoma

Allogeneic (sibling)

All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

4

2

145

4.84

5.31


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