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Cord blood, which contains powerful stem cells, comes from a newborn’s umbilical cord and is collected immediately after birth. Once the umbilical cord has been clamped and cut, the remaining blood in the umbilical cord is drawn into a collection bag.
What makes cord blood cells different?
Cord blood stem cells are biologically younger and are more flexible compared to adult stem cells from other sources like bone marrow. When saved, they have unique qualities and advantages:
Less risk of complications when used in transplants
Ability to use one’s own stem cells for conditions that currently lack medical treatment options, also known as “autologous transplantation”
Immediately available and can minimize disease progression in early treatment
Preserving them "stops the clock" and protects the cells from aging and being exposed to environmental factors and common viruses that can decrease their function
The field of medical research with stem cells is exploding, and the topic can be confusing.
The most important thing for parents to understand about the stem cells in cord blood. You can either 1) donate your baby's cord blood to help patients seeking transplants now or 2) save your baby's cord blood for your family in case you need it later, most likely for a therapy that's still being studied.
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