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For nearly 20 years, ViaCord's mission has been to provide the highest quality stem cell preservation service and care to our patients, families, and their physicians. We believe these words are much more than just a promise. They are the commitment we live by.
Cord Blood Registry® (CBR®) is the world's largest newborn stem cell company. CBR is dedicated to advancing the clinical application of newborn stem cells by partnering with leading research institutions to establish FDA-regulated clinical trials, requiring CBR processed cord blood, for conditions that have no cure today.
Cryo-Cell International, the world's first family cord blood bank, provides premier cord blood stem cell cryopreservation service. In 2018, Cryo-Cell expanded its role in the industry to include public cord blood banking services.
StemCyte is a global cord blood therapeutics company. StemCyte participates in the US network of public cord blood banks operated by Be The Match. In addition, StemCyte operates the National Cord Blood Bank of Taiwan, whose units are also listed with Be The Match.
MiracleCord is a family cord blood bank with laboratory facilities that are AABB-accredited for both cord blood and cord tissue banking.
New England Cord Blood Bank (NECBB), an affiliate of New England Cryogenic Center, is a private, family owned and operated cord blood bank. As pioneers in the industry with over 40 years of experience, NECBB is recognized as a global leader in the cryopreservation of cord blood and umbilical cord tissue serving countries worldwide.
MAZE is not AABB-accredited, they are a marketing company that sub-contracts to the AABB accredited laboratory at Community Blood Services in Montvale, NJ.
HealthBanks Biotech USA, a family cord blood bank in Irvine, CA, uses optimal processing and storage technology for long-term cord blood stem cell cryopreservation.
Bloodworks Northwest collects cord blood donations directly in Washington state and also receives donations from Hawaii.
The Celebration Stem Cell Centre (CSCC), offers both public donation and private family banking of umbilical cord blood.
Abraham J. & Phyllis Katz Cord Blood Foundation d.b.a. Cleveland Cord Blood Center collects cord blood donations with NO advanced registration.
ClinImmune Labs is an academic-based biotechnology company that processes cord blood donations for the University of Colorado Cord Blood Bank and the St. Louis Cord Blood Bank.
Cord for Life accepts NATIONAL MAIL-IN DONATIONS. Mothers must register by week 34 of pregnancy.
CryoCyte is a service of Cryopoint LLC biorepository. CryoCyte has been privately banking cord blood for over 12 years.
Family Link is a program of Norton Healthcare, a not-for-profit organization which operates dozens of hospitals throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. The cord blood banking program only accepts clients within a 4 hour driving distance of metro Louisville. Their lab is based at Norton Children's Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.
Texas Cord Blood Bank is a division of the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, and since 2014 is affiliated with GenCure.
LifebankUSA seeks mothers in NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY ONLY who will donate both their cord blood and their placenta. The donations support an international registry, clinical trials and research. Donations can be taken from any hospital, but mothers must register at least 8 weeks prior to delivery and pass a health screening.
The San Diego Cord Blood Bank collect donations in southern California.
Stem Cell Cryobank is an AABB accredited & FDA registered facility that processes and stores cord blood and adult stem cells since 2003. The Stem Cell Cryobank is affiliated with the South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute (bmscti.org).
Versiti Blood Center of Michigan has a public cord blood bank that was established in 1999.
Vitalant Clinical Services is the merger, since Sept 2018, of cord blood blood donation programs previously operated by Community Blood Services in New Jersey and the Institute for Transfusion Medicine (ITxM) in Pennsylvania. All donations are now sent to the laboratory of Community Blood Services.