Protect the future of your newborn with the help of their own stem cells. Preserving their cord blood and cord tissue at birth can open up new doors to a healthier future.
A baby’s umbilical cord is made of tissue and contains a small amount of blood. The stem cells inside the cord blood and tissue are called newborn stem cells and are preserved after birth. Collection is fast, easy, and noninvasive. Women’s Care Florida is partnering with Cord Blood Registry, the world’s largest newborn stem cell company, to provide our patients with special access to Cord Blood Registry’s capabilities and better protect our patient’s families.
Below are reasons why you should preserve your newborn’s stem cells:
While we can’t suspend time itself, we can stop the clock on the aging of your newborn’s stem cells. Given all the information available today, it is believed that cord blood units in proper cryogenic storage should be able to be preserved indefinitely, protecting them from aging and environmental factors.33. Linden JV, Preti RA, Dracker R. New York state guidelines for cord blood banking. Journal of Hematotherapy. 1997;6:535-41.
Below are different way to preserve your baby’s cord blood:
Please watch these quick educational videos to learn more about newborn stem cell banking:
Are you considering storing your child’s cord blood and tissue? For a limited time only, you can receive our newborn stem cell bundle (cord blood and cord tissue) for only $1,620, a special savings of $1,210. Call us at 1.888.CORD BLOOD or visit www.cordblood.com/wcf1 and use code WCF1 to save! If you think you may be eligible for the Newborn Possibilities Program, call 1.888.932.6568 to speak with a CBR board-certified Genetic Counselor.