All about cord
blood stem cells
One-day stem cells could…
Repair damaged tissue
Regrow and replace worn out organs
Cure life-threatening diseases
Stem cells are a precious resource that have been saving lives for over 20 years. They have been used in more than 1 million treatments world wide and are the recognised therapy for over 80 diseases.
Stem cells are also considered to be a cornerstone of a relatively new area of science known as Regenerative Medicine. In the near future it is likely that they will provide cures for common and often life-threatening diseases such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s and diabetes.
Umbilical cord blood is a rich source of the most powerful stem cells. Request an Information Pack to secure this life saving resource for your baby.
Stem cells today
Cord blood stem cells are the standard therapy for over 80 different diseases including cancers, and immune, blood and metabolic disorders.
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Stem cells in the future
There are currently over 5,000 clinical trials investigating application of stem cells to treat a multitude of different injuries and diseases. These include currently incurable conditions such as spinal and brain injury, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis.
The treatments that cord blood stem cells could yield in the future appear to be almost limitless.
Find out more about the future of stem cell medicine
Cells4Life has already provided cord blood and cord tissue for five different stem cell therapies. Some for common, recognised treatment’s such as blood cancer transplants, others for pioneering regenerative therapies.
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The Cells4Life Clinical Update contains all of the information you need on current and emerging therapies that use cord blood stem cells and is available as an eBook .
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