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Monday, February 23, 2015

A Great Gift You Can Give Your Newborn

Have you ever heard about Stem Cell and Cord Blood?

Let me give you an idea what it is all about. Cord Blood is the blood that remains in the baby's umbilical cord. It is proven and tested to be a rich source of stem cells, cells that can form all the tissues and organs in our body. In particular, cord blood is a rich source of hematopoietic stem cells of cord blood stem cells to cure life-threatening diseases including leukemia and other blood cancers. Currently, there are on-going clinical trials on its use to treat cerebral palsy, and autism. Cord lining, on the other hand, contains two types of stem cells, namely Mesenchymal and Epithelial stem cells and they are being studied for the treatment of stroke, myocardial infarction, and other potentials applications in regenerative medicine.

So with these scientific discoveries, it is such a great joy for parents to know that our children now stand a chance against these life-threatening diseases. We can provide them lifetime protection by storing their precious cord blood that one can use in the future should there be a need. 

Precious Lara, Nina and Delamar reveal priceless gifts to their children.

So, how does this work? 

This is possible through cord blood banking which is offered by Cordlife Philippines. 

Cordlife Philippines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cordlife Group Limited which owns and operates processing and cryopreservation storage facilities across Asia including in Singapore, Hong Kong, India and Indonesia. 

Cordlife Group Limited’s processing and storage facilities in Singapore, Hong Kong, and India are all accredited by AABB, (American Association of Blood Banks), meeting the gold standard of private cord blood banking. Cordlife’s processing and storage facility in Philippines is registered with the Department of Health and is certified by ISO9001:2008 ensuring that the company adheres to the highest standards for cord blood banking. 

For more information about it, you may call (02) 332 1888 or visit

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