Should you bank your baby’s cord blood?

By 2015, 10,000 cord blood transplants are projected to be performed annually using publicly banked cord blood. That still leaves about 70 percent of patients in need of a transplant without a matching donor, according to the Cord Blood Forum, a nonprofit, private foundation based in Davis, Calif., that advocates for physician education and public awareness of cord blood medical therapies.

Many more could be helped if baby’s cord blood were not thrown away, as it is in 96 percent of the nation’s 4 million annual births, they say.

You can read about umbilical cord transplants  here . 

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to read about the process of cord blood banking, the costs, and a comparison chart

Make an informed decision by reading the facts and doing your research.

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