Children Cured With Cord Blood Transplant



An extremely rare and often fatal disease —Malignant Infantile Osteopetrosis — was the basis of an unlikely friendship that formed between the Shaffers from Landsdowne, Pa. and the Albornoz’s from Ecuador when both of their sons were diagnosed. You can read the whole story here.

While this story has a happy ending as a result of using a cord blood transplant, many people can not find a suitable match for their sick child.  Banking your own child’s umbilical cord blood can be a insurance plan in case of  a life threatening illnesses.  Cord blood transplants can’t cure every childhood disease but research is constantly finding new and better ways to use it successfully.

Click here for a video of the costs, procedures and what to expect when you decide to bank your child’s cord blood. There are many  private banks which charge a yearly fee which can add to the cost of collection.  Research the bank which does not include a yearly service  fee.


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