Tissue Banking

Learn about the hidden potential of mesenchymal stem cells for the entire family and how to save them for when the hope of regenerative medicine becomes a reality.

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How Umbilical Cord Tissue And Placenta Tissue Are Processed Before Being Stored

Curious about how umbilical cord tissue and placenta tissue are processed and stored in our labs? Find out more about Americord's tissue processing method.

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Cord Tissue Banking: Still Unsure?

Cord blood and tissue banking can provide baby with 20 years of protection. You’ve probably heard about cord blood banking, but what about cord tissue banking?

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Cord Tissue Banking Vs Cord Blood Banking | Americord

As Stem Cells from the Umbilical Cord and Placenta Tissue Become More Important, Americord Attracts A New Set of Savvy Customers

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Should I Bank Cord Tissue Stem Cells: Pros & Cons And How It Can Be Used

Considering saving cord tissue? Learn more about the benefits of preserving umbilical cord tissue stem cells and a wide array of diseases they can treat.

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Cord Blood Banking vs. Cord Tissue Banking: Benefits & Uses

Cord blood and cord tissue have many differences. However, they both contain stem cells that can be used to treat a variety of diseases. Find out more.

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Why Saving Your Placenta Tissue After Birth Is a Good Idea

Unlike cord blood stem cells, placental stem cells are a 100% genetic match to mom. Learn why banking placenta tissue is a great protection plan for mothers.

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Cord Tissue Banking Advantages For Your Child

Cord tissue is a rich source of MSCs that can treat a plethora of diseases cord blood stem cells can't. Learn how cord tissue banking can protect your family.

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Regenerative Medicine & Placenta Tissue Stem Cells

Placental stem cells have more benefits than you thought. Discover the role of MSCs in regenerative therapy, such as repair, renewal of diseased cells and more.

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The Different Cord Blood Banking Options: Cord Tissue and Placenta Tissue

Considering saving your baby’s cord blood? Learn more about different stem cell banking options, such as cord tissue banking and placental tissue banking.

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Cord Blood Banking vs. Cord Tissue Banking

Learn about the difference between cord blood and cord tissue, stem cells that can be collected from them, and whether you can bank both at the same time.

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New Research Shows That Cryopreservation Doesn't Affect MSCs Viability

New research at The University of Arizona shows that the cord tissue cryopreservation does not affect viability. Learn more about the research.

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Your Placenta, Eat It, Bury It, Bank It

The placenta has been getting a lot of buzz lately. Many expectant families have discovered the power of the placenta, the question is now, should you eat it, bury it, or bank it? Find out more!

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Placenta Tissue Stem Cells To Treat Mothers

Unlike cord blood, placental tissue stem cells can be used to treat a variety of diseases in mothers due to a perfect genetical match. Learn more on Americord.

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