CellResearch Corp. Partnership Extends Cord Banking Services Across U.S.

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CellResearch Corporation Pte Ltd., a Singapore-based company that specializes in stem cell technology, through its wholly owned subsidiary, CordLabs Pte Ltd., has entered into an agreement with CariCord Inc. to provide umbilical cord tissue banking services in the United States. This agreement licenses CariCord to utilize CellResearch's technology and resources to store cord tissue for private clients in the United States. It also envisages that CariCord will expand cord tissue banking across the country through other private stem cell banks. (Read More)

CariCord’s new home at Bioscience 2 called 'spectacular facility’

November 20, 2015

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The catalytic field of bioengineering, which is developing innovative health care solutions for the 21st century, has a new home on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The Bioscience 2 Building, a 112,000-square-foot facility at 12705 E. Montview Blvd., promises to propel medical advances and collaborations in its multifaceted role as an education center, research hub and industry incubator... (Read More)

5 Important Things I Wish I'd Done Before My Baby Had Arrived

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5. Thought about cord blood banking. This wasn’t even on my radar. I’d vaguely heard about it, but that was it. But seriously, if I could do it all over again – or if I ever do have another baby in the future {not planning to, but life throws ya curveballs, obviously :)} – I would definitely make it a priority. My daughter almost died at birth. Years later, she had a seizure disorder that was terrifying while we were figuring it out. And who knows what other ways she’ll scare me in the future. Cord blood banking is a way that you can plan for your child’s future health. (Read More)

Why I Banked my Daughter’s Cord Blood

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I had my first baby almost a decade ago. It is hard to believe but time really does fly. When  she was born, it was all about the first baby and getting it right. I didn’t give much though to anything else. When my second was born only 14 months later, it was just a matter of survival. Through both pregnancies I had heard about cord blood banking but never acted on it. Both the kid’s dad and I came from fairly healthy families so we did not think it was something we needed at the time. But when I was about to have my 3rd daughter 20 months after my middle one was born, I knew she was my last chance to learn about the process and how it could benefit my family. So I took the time to do some real research about cord blood banking and decided that it was the smartest thing I could do for her, and surprisingly, for my entire family. Now, with CariCord, finding out about all of the benefits and banking your child’s blood at birth is easier than ever. (Read More)

Five Ways Prepare For Your Baby's Future Now

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4. Research Cord Blood Banking with CariCord
While no one likes to think about the fact that their baby could potentially develop a serious disease or condition someday, unfortunately, it happens to people all the time. When it does, you want to be prepared. One way to prepare for your baby’s future and help protect your baby from many serious diseases and conditions is to bank their cord blood with CariCord. (Read More)

Top 5 Things To Get Done Before Your Baby Arrives

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2.  Research Cord Blood and Tissue Banking.  The best time to do this is around 32 weeks. Cord blood banking is a proactive way to plan for your child’s future health. There are so many reasons that you would want to bank your baby's cord blood and/or tissue. There are also many different companies that will offer these services to you. CariCord is one of them. CariCord is located in a major university so you do not have to worry about your baby's cord blood being available when you need it. That is one of the many reasons why CariCord would be a great choice. Think Cord Blood Banking is unaffordable?  CariCord offers personalized payment options that are interest free, no administrative fees or credit approval needed. You can save thousands by banking with CariCord. That is yet another reason to go with CariCord. (Read More)

Top 5 Things To Do Before Baby Arrives

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Another great thing about CairCord Stem Cell blood banking is that you won’t have to worry about whether or not your baby’s cord blood will be available when they need it. The reason for this is because, CariCord is located in a major university. (Anschutz Medical Center at the University of Colorado) (Read More)

If I could go back, one of the things I’d look into a bit more seriously is cord blood banking. We learn more all the time about how stem cells can be used to help with diseases and as we learn more even more treatment options will be discovered. CariCord offers a proactive way to plan for your child’s future with their cord blood banking services and they make it affordable with personalized payment options that are interest free. (Read More)

Baby Shower Gifts that Last a Lifetime

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Perhaps a gift that you may not have ever thought about, what about the gift of health?  Cord blood banking is one of the newest technologies that can ensure that baby is protected throughout their entire lives.  Did you know that cord blood could literally save your child’s life?  I didn’t realize this until I saw this video: (Read More)

9 Things to Do Before Baby Arrives

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Decide about cord blood banking – I didn’t know much (okay, anything) about cord blood banking before I become pregnant, and even once I learned, I didn’t know much.  If you are going to bank, you need to have that plan in place before you head to the hospital. Personally, I wish I had known more about cord blood banking so that my husband and I could have added a discussion about it to our “things to do before baby arrives” checklist. (Read More)

Consider CariCord Before the Baby Arrives

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Prepare to save your baby’s cord blood for future life-saving purposes through CariCord. Cord blood can be saved through a cord blood bank like CariCord. Saving your baby’s  blood can be the source of health solutions to genetic problems, cancers and immune deficiencies. Caricord can save the cord blood to cryogenically store it for future use, maximizing the stem cells that makes healing physically possible. If you think CariCord is expensive, think again, because they offer payment options that are interest-free and there are no administrative fees. (Read More)

What Wouldn’t You Do for Your Baby?

July 28, 2015

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Another great thing about CairCord Stem Cell blood banking is that you won’t have to worry about whether or not your baby’s cord blood will be available when they need it. The reason for this is because, CariCord  is located in a major university. (Anschutz Medical Center at the University of Colorado) (Read More)

Before Baby Comes

July 27, 2015

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5.  CariCord blood banking When my son was born 10 years ago, I had heard of cord blood banking, but didn’t know much about it.  I actually got a pamphlet in the hospital, after the fact.  I wish I had been informed beforehand. (Read More)

Things for Expecting Parents to Consider

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CariCord offers cord blood banking services along with personalized payment options that are interest free, no administrative fees or credit approval needed which makes it an affordable option and something I wish I had known was available when I was pregnant. (Read More)

Don't Forget These Things.. Before Baby Arrives

July 28, 2015

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Pregnancy is an exciting time of life but as you reach the end of your pregnancy it can get overwhelming trying to figure out what last minute things are essential and which ones can be saved for later or ignored all together. I am excited to be partnering with Caricord to bring you this list of things to do before your baby comes! (Read More)

10 Things I Wouldn’t Do For My Baby

JULY 28, 2015

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3. I wouldn’t wait for tragedy to strike before I act, either, though. I’ve done a lot of research and I plan to use CariCord to save my baby’s cord blood just in case. Stem cells from cord blood can cure over 80 diseases right now and more in the future. (Read More)