Stem Cell Blog

The uses of umbilical cord stem cells are rapidly increasing. Ten years ago, cord blood could treat about 40 conditions but today, that number is now over 80. As we look forward to new therapies for diseases and disorders like diabetes, autism and stroke, you can keep up to date with the latest developments in regenerative medicine on our stem cell blog.

Stem Cell Blog

The uses of umbilical cord stem cells are rapidly increasing. Ten years ago, cord blood could treat about 40 conditions but today, that number is now over 80. As we look forward to new therapies for diseases and disorders like diabetes, autism and stroke, you can keep up to date with the latest developments in regenerative medicine on our stem cell blog.

Water births and cord blood banking

Water births and cord blood banking

As your due date approaches, you’re probably wondering if a water birth is the right option for you. For many, it’s a great way to ease the burden of a painful labour – but it’s not without risks. Here’s everything you need to know to make your choice. What is a water...

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Are Stem Cells Ace for Tennis Players?

Are Stem Cells Ace for Tennis Players?

With Wimbledon underway once again this summer, we’ve taken a look at the ways stem cells are revolutionising one of Britain’s best-loved sports: tennis. The origins of the sport date back thousands of years and in the 1500s, both Henry VII and Henry VIII were fans....

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How many parents bank their baby’s cord blood?

How many parents bank their baby’s cord blood?

More parents are choosing private cord blood banking than ever before, according to new statistics published by the BBC. The numbers, which come from the Human Tissue Authority (HTA), show that there was an incredible 60% increase in cord blood collection and storage...

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Summer 2019: an update on stem cell uses

Summer 2019: an update on stem cell uses

In the past year, potential stem cell uses have rapidly increased and the number of stem cell clinical trials has grown from 6,500 to 7,255. Just in the first half of 2019, there have been impressive developments in regenerative medicine – including a one-year-old boy...

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