Working with Leaders to Change the Face of Medicine

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Thanks to the parents who save their newborns’ cord blood, the Ob/Gyns who collect, and the physicians and researchers who use it, cord blood is changing the face of medicine.

Cord blood stem cells have been used to treat more than 80 diseases, from leukemias and anemias to immune and metabolic disorders. Today, even more treatment options are being evaluated in cutting-edge, FDA-regulated clinical trials. This growing number of potential uses means more medical options for your family later.

Current Clinical Trials Using CBR-Processed Cord Blood
Stem Cells:

Condition Institute Study Details
Autism Sutter Neuroscience Institute Sutter Neuroscience Institute is leading a landmark FDA-regulated clinical trial to test the use of a child’s own umbilical cord blood to improve language and behavior in certain children with autism.
Traumatic Brain Injury University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston (UTHealth) is leading an FDA-regulated trial studying the safety of a child's own cord blood stem cells in the treatment of traumatic brain injury, from causes like a car accident.
Cerebral Palsy Georgia Health Sciences University The Georgia Health Sciences University is conducting an FDA-regulated clinical trial evaluating cord blood stem cell infusions in the treatment of children with cerebral palsy.