What You Should Know About Cord Blood Banking

December 18, 2015

Cord blood banking can treat autoimmune disease, immune deficiencies, histiocytosis, leukemias, lymphomas, myelodysplasias and more.

This short video from ConsumerAffairs explains how cord blood is collected, processed and stored.

Cord blood banking can treat autoimmune disease, immune deficiencies, histiocytosis, leukemias, lymphomas, myelodysplasias and more. As this field continues to advance, the number of possible uses for banked blood should only increase in the coming years.

For more information about cord blood banking and whether it's right for you, visit consumeraffairs.com/health/cord-blood

To learn more about stem cells and their potential to save the lives of people with blood cancers, read our article from the hematology special issue (October 2015).

SOURCE: Consumer Affairs


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