Every baby is born with the strength to defeat over 80 major illnesses, but they can’t harness it unless we make the choice to safeguard their health for good.
Fighting the nasties starts from Day One with your child’s cord blood stem cells.
Empower your child in the name of health.
The umbilical cord is a tube-like structure that connects the foetus to the placenta in the mother’s womb. It provides oxygen and nutrients and also helps to remove waste from the baby.
Cord blood, which is also called ‘placental blood’, is blood that remains in the umbilical cord and placenta following the birth of a baby and after the umbilical cord is cut post-delivery.
Cord blood is a rich source of Haematopoietic Stem Cells (HSCs) which are responsible for replenishing blood and regenerating the immune system. HSCs are known as ‘precursor cells’ as they have the unique ability to differentiate into the different types of cells found in the body.
DCR No. 3716 Version B, December 2018