Infusion Clinic Expected to Open in 2023
New Treatment Possibilities
Safeguarding your family's future health has always been our top priority, and we continue to take strides toward giving our parents access to new treatment possibilities. Recently, Cryo-Cell entered into an exclusive license agreement with Duke University, which grants us the rights to proprietary processes and regulatory data related to cord blood and cord tissue developed at Duke. This agreement makes Cryo-Cell the only cord blood bank with the rights to establish infusion clinics to further advance investigational therapies developed at Duke. Cryo-Cell expects to open its first clinic in 2023.
What does this mean for families? Families who have privately stored their child's umbilical cord stem cells at any cord blood bank will soon be able to have access to treatments for which there are limited FDA-approved therapies. Currently, these therapies are offered to patients at Duke under the FDA Expanded Access program, but there is an extensive waitlist. However, with our clinic's anticipated opening, we hope to alleviate the wait time and expedite treatment options. Treatments include the use of cord blood to treat conditions such as:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Brain Injuries
- Other Neurological Disorders
We look forward to continuing our mission of helping families protect what matters most. Treatment reservations for the new infusion clinic will be available in the upcoming months. If your family or someone you know may benefit from these cellular therapies, you can complete the form below to be notified by email as soon as reservations become available.
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