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LEARN ABOUT OUR FAMILY IN NEED PROGRAMS

We offer programs to support families who have a child diagnosed with certain diseases and disorders.

LifebankUSA was founded in 1998 by some of the top doctors and scientists in the industry. Since that time, we have developed unique storage and stem cell derivation procedures, including placental-derived stem cells. Our commitment to future research and therapy is second to none. With the most comprehensive banking options offered, LifebankUSA is committed to creating a healthier future for you and your family.

STEM CELL BANKING

For Families In Need

Parents with a child diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsy or a blood related disorder and are pregnant again who are interested in learning more about these programs can reach our medical affairs team at medicalaffairs@lifebankusa.com

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BLOOD RELATED DISORDERS
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Cord blood contains a certain type of stem cell that is crit- ical for rebuilding diseased blood with new and healthy blood, enabling patients to rebuild a damaged immune sys- tem. Stem cells from cord blood are currently being used to treat more than 80 life-threatening disorders, such as leukemias, lymphomas, myelomas, and anemias.*

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AUTISM
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An investigational study is currently recruiting which is using a child’s own cord blood or a sibling’s cord blood to research treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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CEREBRAL PALSY
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Currently, over 300 children in the US have participated in clinical trials investigating the role of umbilical cord blood stem cells in the treatment of Cerebral Palsy.

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*Cord blood stem cells banked with LifebankUSA are indicated for hematopoietic reconstitution (the reformation of blood cellular components) for autologous use or use in first- or second-degree blood relatives. Any use of cord blood stem cells other than for hematopoietic reconstitution is considered investigational, including regenerative medicine. You should consult with your child’s healthcare professional to determine if and how your child’s cord blood can be used.