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Learn how umbilical cord blood banking works -
from the collection kit to processing and storing
baby's stem cells for the future. Compare banks to find out which is right for your family.
Where should you bank your baby’s cord blood?
After the birth of a baby, the umbilical cord and placenta are typically discarded as medical waste, but if requested, stem cells from the cord blood inside of them can be collected for storage or donation. Stem cells can be used to treat a variety of diseases.
Find out why parents change their minds about cord blood donation and choose private cord blood banking to store their baby's umbilical cord stem cells.