A Guide to Private Banking: Hope Bio's Stem Cell Banking VS. Traditional Cord Blood Banking

Updated: Sep 22, 2021

Isn't cord blood banking the same thing as stem cell banking?

Mesenchymal Stem Cells have the capacity to become almost any cell type in the body. Research is showing that these cells have the potential to be used for treatment and prevention of degenerative and autoimmune conditions. What you bank matters. Cord blood contains hematopoietic stem cells. These cells have the ability to differentiate or transform into various blood cells such as red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, etc. They are often referred to as blood stem cells. Cord blood banking consists of just that - literally storing the blood itself. When you donate blood at a blood drive, your blood also contains some stem cells. How come it's not called a stem cell donation?



Hope Biosciences Newborn Stem Cell Banking is our proprietary method of banking your child's pure mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for use in the future. We start by extracting MSCs from the amniotic membrane of the placenta and then growing them to create a master cell bank for your child. This master cell bank is designed to create practically unlimited doses of his or her own MSCs for use in the future. This is the exact same process we use for adult stem cell banking with the source being fat in lieu of the placenta.


 




 

Hope Biosciences Newborn Stem Cell Banking is our proprietary method of banking your child's pure mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for use in the future. The master cell bank produced after banking is designed to create practically unlimited doses of his or her own MSCs for use in the future. We also encourage bankers to donate their cord blood to help newborns in need. Thank you!




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