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The ongoing evolution and advancement in scientific research provides compelling reason to consider banking a newborn baby’s cord blood.   Amidst all the hype and anticipation that surrounds the decision to embark upon starting a family is quite possibly one of life’s scariest realisations. For it was not until my husband and I made the…

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Children helping children on Purple Cake Day

Emily Sanson is a mother, humanitarian and CordBank member. She understands the importance of hope for the future which is why she founded the Purple Cake Day children’s charity. a charity that encourages children to help other children.

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Cord blood better than bone marrow

Every day, six New Zealanders are diagnosed with a blood cancer such as leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma. Increasingly. stem cells from cord blood are being used to treat blood cancer instead of bone marrow transplants.

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New hope in the shadow of multiple sclerosis

MS isn’t strictly a hereditary disease but it is linked to genetics and that’s why MS sufferer Georgia Woods preserved her sons’ cord blood. she’s planning to protect their future from the debilitating effects of MS.

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Toddler talks after cord blood treatment

Childhood Apraxia Syndrome (CAS) was preventing Isabella’s speech development. Fortunately, her parents had banked her cord blood. Following a 10 minute procedure, her speech started improving rapidly.

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