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Cordlife Resilient Plan

As parents, you wish you can protect your baby forever. With her cord blood, you can!

Make the decision that gives you a peace of mind and secures a lifetime of protection for your child without adding on to your financial burden.

HERE ARE 3 SIMPLE REASONS WHY:

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1 in 3

people1 will benefit from regenerative therapy.
transplants done worldwide

40,000+

cord blood transplants done worldwide2.
95% survival rate

95% survival rate

for transplants using related cord blood vs. 61% for unrelated cord blood3.
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Payable using Child Development Account (CDA)

If your child is a Singaporean citizen, you may also use your Child Development Account (CDA) for the payment of cord blood banking services. CDA is part of the Baby Bonus Scheme designed to help parents defray the financial cost of raising a newborn-child during the early years. The Baby Bonus Scheme comprises of a cash gift, CDA First Step Grant and co-savings scheme for your child’s CDA.

When a CDA is opened, the child will receive a CDA First Step Grant of $3,000. Deposits made by parents are matched dollar-for-dollar by the Government, up to a specified cap depending on the child’s birth order as shown below.



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To find out more about affordable pricing options for the storage of your child’s life-saving cord blood stem cells, kindly fill up the form below to secure a virtual appointment with our friendly consultants today!

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REFERENCES:
  1. Harris DT. Cord blood stem cells: a review of potential neurological applications. Stem Cell Reviews. 2008; 4:269-274.
  2. Broxmeyer HE. The history of cord blood transplantation/biology & perspective for future efforts to enhance the field. Biolnsights website. http://insights.bio/cell-and-gene-therapy-insights/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Broxmeyer.pdf. Accessed February 12, 2019.
  3. Bizzetto A, Bonfim C, Rocha V, et al. Outcomes after related and unrelated umbilical cord blood transplantation for hereditary bone marrow failure syndromes other than Fanconi anemia. Haematologica. 2010; 96(1):134-141.

DCR No. 3793

[Important Announcement]

In this turbulent time, Cordlife is still operating in the education of umbilical cord banking and safeguarding this precious resource for families.

With the recent measures in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 by the Government, our consultation booths located at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Parkway East Hospital and Thomson Diagnostic Ultrasound Centre will be closed.

We apologise for any delays that you may be experiencing in reaching out to us at our 24-hour enquiry hotline at (65) 6238 0808 or emails.

However, our sales consultants will remain available through web consultations should you have any questions about our services/and or are interested to store your baby’s umbilical cord stem cells with us.

To find out more about cord blood banking, you may choose to download our information pack or make an appointment with our friendly consultants.

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