Public Cord blood banking
The University of Colorado Cord Blood Bank (UCCBB), a major component of ClinImmune Labs, has a 18 year history of collecting, processing, banking and distributing cord blood for human transplantation. UCCBB is a public cord blood bank, which has consented 30,000 women and banked over 8,500 cord blood units, of which more than 750 have been transplanted at over 150 different transplant centers in the United States and abroad. UCCBB is a major provider of Hispanic cord blood units to patients in the United States, Mexico, and Central and South America.
UCCBB is accredited by AABB and licensed by the FDA (May 24, 2012 Approval Letter-HPC, Cord Blood). The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded UCCBB a cord blood collection contract beginning in 2006. UCCBB provides cord blood to stem cell investigators in Michigan, New York, Tennessee, Washington, and Colorado. The bank is managed by immunogeneticists and stem cell transplant physicians with decades of experience in this field. Its parent organization, ClinImmune Labs, provides sophisticated HLA high resolution DNA typing, hematopoietic stem cell processing, flow cytometry and regulatory oversight to the cord blood bank. All cord blood units are processed in a Class 10,000 clean room.
If you are interested in Donating your baby’s umbilical cord blood please call our Customer Service Representatives at 844 CARICORD (227-4267) FOR A CONSULTATION