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Cryo-Cell’s mission is to provide our clients with the premier stem cell cryopreservation service and to support research and development initiatives for regenerative medicine.

Our resource center assists you with making your decision to store umbilical cord blood, cord tissue, and menstrual blood stem cells. We offer you the following resources to help answer questions and inform you of the latest research and stem cell news. FAQ’s will provide you answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Research & Stem Cell News provides the latest news on stem cell research worldwide being conducted or utilized for a variety of diseases and conditions. 

Request Forms provides access to our client forms to initiate enrollment, update address and email information, purchase gift certificates, refer-a-friend and to contact us. 

Healthcare Provider Forms include: umbilical cord blood and cord tissue stem cells collection instructions, collection reimbursement, educational materials and clinical updates.

Gift Certificates may be purchased as a meaningful gift to friends and family members expecting an addition to their family in the coming months.

Our Video Center  provides client testimonials, informational videos regarding: stem cells, cord blood preservation, and menstrual stem cells, and broadcasted news media.  

In order to preserve more types and quantity of umbilical cord stem cells and to maximize possible future health options, Cryo-Cell’s umbilical cord tissue service provides expectant families with the opportunity to cryogenically store their newborn’s umbilical cord tissue cells contained within substantially intact cord tissue. Should umbilical cord tissue cells be considered for potential utilization in a future therapeutic application, further laboratory processing may be necessary. Regarding umbilical cord tissue, all private blood banks’ activities for New York State residents are limited to collection, processing, and long-term storage of umbilical cord tissue stem cells. The possession of a New York State license for such collection, processing and long-term storage does not indicate approval or endorsement of possible future uses or future suitability of these cells.