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Umbilical cord blood – a cure for autism?

An estimated 1 in 100 children(1) in the UK have some form of autism and currently four times more boys are diagnosed with the condition than girls.(2) Autism is a spectrum disorder meaning that the symptoms are broad and vary greatly in severity. However they include...

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Stem cell harvesting – what happens on the day?

You’ll spend nine months waiting and planning for baby’s arrival and when the big day arrives it will be one of the most important and special of your life. This is why we have designed our systems and processes to ensure that stem cell harvesting is quick, simple and...

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Cells found in cord blood can treat brain injury

Stem cells can replace the immune system, repair damage to tendons, ligaments, cartilage and even build a new heart. Cord blood contains what is regarded as probably the most powerful stem cells in the human body, they are both as pure as you can get and extremely...

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Winter Olympians bank on freezing their baby’s stem cells

Snow sport athletes are custom to ice cold weather, but now they are turning to a totally new type of freezing: the cryogenic preservation of their baby’s cord blood. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity enables parents to capture and store the building blocks a...

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