Cordlife's Cord Blood Release Track Record

As a Group, Cordlife has released a total of 35 cord blood units.

Our proven track record for release is the ultimate validation of our processing and storage methods.

RELEASE NO. MEDICAL CONDITION YEAR OF THERAPY RECIPIENT'S RELATIONSHIP TRANSPLANT HOSPITAL
1 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia 2002 Sibling KK Women's & Children's Hospital of Singapore
2 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia 2002 Sibling KK Women's & Children's Hospital of Singapore
3 Acute Myeloid Leukaemia 2006 Sibling University Malaya Medical Centre
4 Thalassemia Major 2006 Sibling University Malaya Medical Centre
5 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia 2007 Sibling University Malaya Medical Centre
6 Thalassemia Major 2008 Sibling University Malaya Medical Centre
7 Cerebral Palsy 2009 Self Singapore Mount Elizabeth Hospital
8 Cerebral Palsy 2009 Self Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok
9 Brain Injury 2009 Self Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok
10 Cerebral Palsy 2009 Self Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok
11 Cerebral Palsy 2010 Self Singapore Mount Elizabeth Hospital
12 Cerebral Palsy 2010 Self Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok
13 Thalassemia Major 2010 Sibling Institut Pediatrik, GHKL
14 Neuroblastoma 2010 Self KK Women's & Children's Hospital of Singapore
15 Thalassemia Major 2010 Sibling Institut Pediatrik, GHKL
16 Cerebral Palsy 2010 Self Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok
17 Neuroblastoma 2011 Self Queen Mary Hospital of Hong Kong
18 Thalassemia Major E beta Thalassemia 2011 Sibling Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Cancer Research Institute
19 Brain Injury 2011 Self Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok
20 Acute Myeloid Leukaemia 2012 Sibling Peking University First Hospital
21 Cerebral Palsy 2012 Self Duke University Hospital
22 Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) 2013 Sibling KK Women's & Children's Hospital of Singapore
23 ß-Thalassemia Major 2013 Sibling University Malaya Medical Centre
24 Cerebral Palsy 2014 Self Madonna and Child Hospital, Philippines
25 Cerebral Palsy 2014 Self CHA Bundang Medical Centre^
26 Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy 2014 Self Singapore Mount Elizabeth Hospital
27 Cerebral Palsy 2014 Self CHA Bundang Medical Centre^
28 Cerebral Palsy 2014 Self Singapore Mount Elizabeth Hospital
29 ß-Thalassemia Major 2014 Sibling Institut Pediatrik, GHKL
30 Thalassemia Major 2015 Sibling Apollo Speciality Hospital, India
31 Thalassemia Major 2015 Sibling Queen Mary Hospital of Hong Kong
32 Cerebral Palsy 2015 Self Singapore Mount Elizabeth Hospital
33 Cerebral Palsy 2015 Self Duke University Hospital
34 ß-Thalassemia Major 2015 Sibling University Malaya Medical Centre
35 Cerebral Palsy 2015 Self Singapore Mount Elizabeth Hospital

^This Korea transplant case is utilized for twins case and is therefore considered 2 separate infusions for 2 children

*Kindly note that this list shows the cord blood unit release track record of Cordlife's associates for the treatment of various diseases. This should not be used as a reference for the list of treatable diseases by cord blood stem cells. In addition, banking your baby's cord blood does not guarantee that the stem cells will provide a cure or be applicable for every situation. The use would ultimately be determined by the treating physician.

27 May 2015

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