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The work we do today may help your families tomorrow. Below are educational tools that may be helpful to you and your practice.

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Educational Resources and Patient Support

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Continuing medical education

CBR is committed to supporting independent medical education to help ensure that physicians, NPs, and CNMs receive current and balanced education. Please visit the Omnia Education website for CME programs discussing newborn stem cells.

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Continuing nursing training

Nurses play an important role in counseling patients about important decisions in pregnancy, including preserving newborn stem cells. In this NEW Be the Match podcast, L&D nurse Kim Petrella shares tips on counseling patients about cord blood options and collection techniques.

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Patients with Medical Needs

CBR’s Newborn Possibilities Program® supports the families that need stem cell preservation the most. If a family is identified as potentially able to use their newborn’s stem cells for a qualifying medical need, we provide free processing and storage for five years.

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Make every collection count.

CBR’s collection kit was designed to help maximize the volume of cord blood collections. Learn what makes our kit unique–and how you can perform the best quality collections for your patients.

Learn from Dr. Karen Taylor, MD, FACOG

Delayed cord clamping and newborn stem cell preservation — yes to both.

Your patients don’t have to choose just one. Providers in CBR’s network have been able to collect adequate volumes of cord blood following delayed cord clamping.1

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1. CBR Data on File.

Our facility.

Our facility is designed to be a secure place for your patient’s precious newborn stem cells.

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