• Why Use a Cord Blood Bank?

    Cord blood banking enables parents to save stem cells from the umbilical cord of their child immediately after birth. Families preserve these cells so that they are available for use in existing and future medical treatments. In fact, since 1988 stem cell transplants have been used to treat some 80 diseases!1, 2

    Learn more about cord blood banking with LifebankUSA

    References:
    The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Cord blood stem cell transplantation. No.2. LINK Accessed March 24, 2014.
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Diseases treated by stem cell transplant. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Diseases treated by stem cell transplant. LINK. Accessed March 24, 2014.

What is LifebankUSA

Through cord blood banking, you can collect and preserve potentially lifesaving stem cells, and doing so could one day save the life of your child or a blood relative. You can bank even more stem cells by collecting them from 2 transplant-ready sources of stem cell-rich blood: the umbilical cord and the placenta. This service is called Placental and Cord Blood Banking, and it’s available only from LifebankUSA. Whether you choose Placental and Cord Blood Banking or Cord Blood Banking alone, there are many important reasons to choose LifebankUSA.

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More Lifesaving Stem Cells

Save more stem cells with LifebankUSA’s placenta blood banking service.
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Easy

From our customer service to the cell collection, we are committed to making it easy for parents.
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Celgene

Only LifebankUSA is backed by the innovation and strength of Celgene, a leading global biopharmaceutical company.
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Affordable

Cord blood banking can be more affordable than you think. LifebankUSA offers flexible payment plans and a gift registry.
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