Superior Cord Blood Collection Kit - Quality Comes First

Superior Cord Blood Collection Kit - Quality Comes First

At Cryo-Cell, we are continually evaluating ways to improve the quality of our stem cell products to ensure that our specimens are the best in the industry. We have developed a new and improved kit for collection and transportation of cord blood and tissue that provides up to 30 times the protection from extreme temperatures as compared to other kits currently used in the industry. Stem Cells lose viability and functionality when exposed to extreme temperatures. 
 

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Delayed Cord Clamping & Cord Blood Banking Not Mutually Exclusive

Delayed Cord Clamping & Cord Blood Banking Not Mutually Exclusive

Immediate clamping of the umbilical cord is standard practice in most delivery rooms and has been proven safe to both mom and infant. The ideal time for cord clamping has not been established but recommendations have been given, and a decision should be made between the patient and her physician, especially when wanting to bank the baby's cord blood.

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Cord Blood Stem Cells May be Future Therapy for Cerebral Palsy

Cord Blood Stem Cells May be Future Therapy for Cerebral Palsy

Scientists are hopeful that an effective treatment for cerebral palsy using cord blood stem cells could be on the horizon now that the first results of a Phase 2 study have been published. Promising results will encourage more clinical trials which will make the therapy available to more patients.

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Stem Cell Scientists Awarded Nobel Prize

Stem Cell Scientists Awarded Nobel Prize

The 2012 Nobel Prize Award in Physiology or Medicine emphasizes the expectation that scientists and physicians have for the potential of using engineered adult stem cells to heal humans.
 

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Cord Tissue Stem Cell Therapy Showing Promise

Cord Tissue Stem Cell Therapy Showing Promise

Umbilical cord tissue is a rich source of mesenchymal stem cells, which are being used to treat tissue injuries and degenerative diseases in FDA-approved clinical trials.

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