Delayed cord clamping is a birth practice where the umbilical cord is not clamped or cut until after pulsations have ceased. Find our more about it here.
We hear about cord blood and cord blood cells quite a bit these days ... but what exactly is cord blood?
So what are the reasons for storing cord blood? Here is a look at how it's used in transplant medicine and in an emerging field called regenerative medicine.
If you're considering storing or donating your child's umbilical cord
blood you'll want to know your options. This article can help you make a
How and when is cord blood collected. And most importantly, is there any risk to the mother or the baby? All your questions answered ...
Stem cells are routinely used to treat disease today using cells from cord blood, peripheral blood and bone marrow. But what might it be used for in the future?
Cord blood use is being trialed in the treatment of type 1 diabetes, heart disease and cerebral palsy.
There are currently more than 600 clinical trials taking place around
the world looking at how cord blood can be used to treat a range of
You've probably thought about the nursery, the pram and carseat. But have you thought about what to do with your baby's umbilical cord?
It is estimated that more than 10,000 people have been treated with cord blood cells. The list of things you can do with stem cells is amazing ...