Save your baby’s precious cord blood

Your baby's umbilical cord contains powerful stem cells with tremendous healing potential. The decision to save your baby's cord blood at birth gives your entire family a lifetime of health benefits.

Just 3 Easy Steps to Bank Cord Blood


What is Cord Blood Banking?

Cord blood is the blood remaining in the umbilical cord and placenta after birth. Cord blood is rich in life-saving newborn stem cells, which are capable of regeneration.

Cord blood banking allows you to save your baby’s valuable umbilical cord stem cells after birth, ensuring that your entire family has this lifesaving resource at their fingertips if it is ever needed.

What Can Stem Cells be Used For?

Current Treatments

Today, cord blood stem cells are used in the treatment of over 80 diseases

Cord Blood Research

Currently, cord blood stem cells are being investigated in clinical trials for the following conditions:

Cord Tissue Research

Mesenchymal stem cells from cord tissue are currently in clinical trials for treating the following conditions:
Aplastic anemia Defective heart valve repair Liver cirrhosis
Beta thalassemia Wound healing Lung cancer
Sickle cell disease Peripheral artery occlusive disease Parkinson’s disease
Lymphocytic leukemia Spinal cord injury Rheumatoid arthritis
Myelogenous leukemia Autism spectrum disorder Sports injuries (cartilage)
Hodgkin’s lymphoma Cerebral palsy Type 1 diabetes
Prolymphocytic leukemia Pediatric stroke Stroke
Neuroblastoma Traumatic brain injury Alzheimer’s disease
Fanconi anemia Acquired sensorineural hearing loss Bone repair

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Give the gift of health

One chance in a lifetime, only available at birth

80+ diseases

The number of conditions that have FDA-approved treatments using cord blood stem cells.


2000+ clinical trials

Exploring the use of stem cells to treat stroke, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and more.


Benefits for your family

They’re a perfect match for your child and have a high chance of matching close family members.


A gift that lasts a lifetime

The Science

Newborn stem cells are early stage cells can grow into other cells types to help repair and regenerate damaged or diseased tissue in the body.

What is cord blood?

Cord blood is the blood that is left over in the umbilical cord after your baby is born. Cord blood contains hematopoietic stem cells can be used to treat blood related diseases.


What is cord tissue?

Cord tissue is the umbilical cord itself. Cord tissue contains mesenchymal stem cells which can regenerate cells of many organs including muscle, nerves, bone and cartilage.


Frequently Asked Questions

You can order the kit any time prior to the birth of your baby. Most parents order at least 2 months prior to the due date to ensure that they have the kit on hand at the time of delivery.

Your baby's cord blood can be stored indefinitely for a lifetime of health benefits.

Cord blood banking will not affect the birthing process in any way. If you do not choose to save your baby's cord blood, it will be discarded as medical waste.

If your delivery date is within the next 72 hours, our laboratory will contact you immediately after you register to arrange an emergency kit.


Our cord blood experts are available to help.

Stem cell news


Four reasons why you should bank cord blood

Pregnancy is an overwhelming time for many and now there is yet another thing to consider and another decision to make before your little one enters the world. Why should you consider banking cord blood? Here are four reasons why preserving your baby’s newborn stem cells is a wise decision.

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World-Class Quality Standards

Securicord’s laboratory is AABB Accredited, FDA registered and an active participant in the CAP proficiency testing program. This means that you can feel safe that your baby’s cord blood is in the best hands.

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