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  • Nobody wants the flu. But what happens if you get it and you’re pregnant?

    First…   It’s strongly recommended that pregnant women get the flu shot.  The flu vaccine is safe throughout pregnancy and is the first step to protecting you and your baby from it. Of course even if you get the vaccine it is still possible to get the flu so make sure to get plenty of rest and … The post Nobody wants the flu. But what happens if you get it and you’re pregnant? appeared first on Co...

Maze Cord Blood Laboratories

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  • Studies Show Growing use of Stem Cell in Clinical Trials

    It is well known that stem cells found in a newborn baby’s cord blood are rich in (hematopoietic) stem cells, which has been used to treat and cure over 80 different blood and immune disorders and cancers. But what about the stem cells from umbilical cord tissue? Both cord blood and cord tissue are rich … The post Studies Show Growing use of Stem Cell in Clinical Trials appeared first on Cord Bloo...

  • 7 Awesome Things Your Body Does During Pregnancy

    Pregnancy is an amazing experience—mentally, emotionally, and physically. But that isn’t a big surprise – after all, you’ve got a little human being growing inside you! But with that little “bun in the oven” comes a lot of changes. Here are 7 awesome things your body does during pregnancy: Interested in learning more about pregnancy? Read our blog … The post 7 Awesome Things Your Body Does During ...

  • New Findings on Delayed Cord Clamping

    Delayed cord clamping refers to when the umbilical cord is not clamped or cut until after pulsations have ceased, or until after the placenta is delivered. Previously, doctors cut the umbilical cord and encouraged others to do so immediately after birth, thinking it reduced the risk of maternal hemorrhage. Just this week The American College … The post New Findings on Delayed Cord Clamping appeare...

  • Cord Tissue Treatment Trials for Macular Degeneration

    Macular degeneration is the most common cause of vision loss in people over 55. This disease causes “light-sensitive cells in the center of the retina to degrade, leading to loss of central vision and the ability to read, drive and recognize faces.” In a phase 2 clinical trial at UIC College of Medicine they are evaluating the use … The post Cord Tissue Treatment Trials for Macular Degeneration ap...

  • Stem Cells Show Potential to Cure Hereditary Deafness

    Humans are born with about 11,000 hair cells in each ear that are vital to transmit sound. As time goes on and the body begins to age, people begin to experience the slow progression of hearing loss due to the death of these cells. Hereditary hearing loss is often caused by a genetic mutation in … The post Stem Cells Show Potential to Cure Hereditary Deafness appeared first on Cord Blood & Tissue ...

  • Birthing New Skin with Umbilical Cord Stem Cells

    Dr. Phan Toan Thang sees “magic” in cord tissue stem cells. The chief scientist’s passion for healing wounds led him to discover a way to create skin cells quickly and in large quantities by using the lining from umbilical cords. Instead of using the limited amount of skin on a patient’s body to help heal … The post Birthing New Skin with Umbilical Cord Stem Cells appeared first on Cord Blood & Ti...

  • Stem Cells in Umbilical Cord to treat Eczema

    A new clinical trial conducted by Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital and Seoul National University found that the stem cells in umbilical cords (mesenchymal stem cells, or MSCs) could be used as a treatment for eczema. Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a condition that results in dry, itchy red rashes on the skin and … The post Stem Cells in Umbilical Cord to treat Eczema appeared first on Cord B...

  • Pregnancy: Your Developing Baby, Week by Week

    Congratulations on your pregnancy! Your baby will go through so many changes during the next nine months. In the beginning, your baby begins as a tiny cluster of cells. Throughout the weeks, the tiny cluster of cells will turn into an amazing baby with facial features, beating heart, and moving arms and legs. Find out … The post Pregnancy: Your Developing Baby, Week by Week appeared first on Cord ...

  • Clinical Study: Cord Blood Stem Cell Treatment For Children With Autism

    Autism spectrum disorder is a complex developmental disorder affecting social, language, and behavioral skills. To date, autism has no cure and an increasing number of known cases. In the United States alone, 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with autism. Duke researchers are investigating the ability of cord blood to treat a number of diseases. Dr. … The post Clinical Study: Cord Blood Stem Cell Tre...

  • Why Do Babies Have Umbilical Cords?

    The umbilical cord is your baby’s lifeline, in every sense of the word. According to the American Pregnancy Association the umbilical cord attaches the fetus to the placenta in utero. The placenta is an extremely fascinating organ, in that it is a brand new organ that your body develops just for the purpose of supporting your pregnancy, … The post Why Do Babies Have Umbilical Cords? appeared first...

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