Cord Blood Banking Videos


Should I Store My Baby’s Cord Blood?

Why Should We Cryopreserve Our Baby's Cord Blood?
  • Umbilical cord blood is rich in a specific type of stem cell that can generate every type of blood and immune cell. These stem cells are already being used to treat close to 80 diseases, and more than 50,000 transplants have already been performed using cord blood stem cells.

The World’s Leading Cord Blood Bank

The World's Leading Cord Blood Bank
  • Cryo-Cell International is the world’s leader in cord blood banking. We’ve been safeguarding cord blood stem cells longer than anyone. View the video to learn why over 20,000 doctors in 87 countries have trusted Cryo-Cell to preserve their patients’ cord blood and cord tissue.

Cryo-Cell Customer Stories


Saving a
Brother’s Life

cord blood banking transplant saved life video
  • Doctors are working hard to unlock the full potential of newborn stem cells to treat disease. They are already being used to treat nearly 80 debilitating and life-threatening diseases. View the video to see the touching story of how a toddler’s life was saved because his parents made the decision to bank his brother’s cord blood.

Apraxia Stem Cell Treatment

apraxia cord blood banking testimonial video
  • The Yankoviches decided to store their children's cord blood with Cryo-Cell International; it was a decision they would soon not regret. Their second daughter, Rebecca, was diagnosed with brain disorder that affects learned motor functions including speech. After she was infused with her own cord blood stem cells, her motor functions improved and her speech “blossomed.”

Hydrocephalus treatment

Hydrocephalus treatment testimonial video
  • Parents share the results from repeated infusions of autologous (child's own) umbilical cord blood to treat hydrocephalus. Dr. Kurtzberg, Cryo-Cell’s medical director, treated their child at Duke University Hospital, which is the leading healthcare institution investigating using cord blood infusions to treat a variety of neurological disorders, including autism and cerebral palsy.