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Recruiting Trials: Cord Blood

This portal enables our readers to find registered clinical trials worldwide that are currently enrolling patients for therapy with cord blood stem cells. If you are a patient seeking more information about a trial, please click on the link under the trial's registry identification. That will take you to the original trial registration, and within that description you should find contact information. This list does not constitute medical advice and Parent's Guide to Cord Blood Foundation has no relationship with any of these trial sponsors. We maintain this list by checking multiple national clinical trial registries. We only display clinical studies that are registered on an official trials registry. Complete through 30 April 2020.

This web page was researched by Frances Verter, PhD, Alexey Bersenev, MD PhD, and Pedro Silva Couto, MSc ©2016-2020. Sources of clinical trials were searches of ClinicalTrials.gov, Chinese Clinical Trial Registry (ChiCTR), Japan University hospital Medical Information Network Clinical Trial Registry (UMIN-CTR), Japan Medical Association Clinical Trial Registry (JMA-CTR), Clinical Research Information Service from South Korea (CRiS), EU Clinical Trials Register (EudraCT), World Health Organization International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (ICTRP), Netherlands Trial Register (NTR), Australian New Zealand Clinical Trial Registry (ANZCTR), Clinical Trials Registry-India (CTRI), German Clinical Trials Register (DRKS), and Iranian Registry of Clinical Trials (IRCT).

Displaying 9 clinical trials recruiting at 10 locations.

Brain injuries seen in newborns include: in-utero stroke, apraxia, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), cerebral palsy (CP), hydrocephalus, and others. Cord blood therapy has shown promise for these conditions, as described in our newsletters articles about Duke's sibling cord blood trial for cerebral palsy, Adriana's cord blood therapy for cerebral palsy, the story of an Ecuadoran boy with Cerebral Palsy, and Isabella's treatment for Apraxia.

Trial registry Patient Ages Hospital Name
TBD University Children’s Hospital in Lublin
up to 1 day Children Hospital of Fudan University
up to 28 days Samsung Medical Center
up to 18 Duke University Medical Center
up to 18 MD Anderson Cancer Center
up to 48 hrs The Chinese University of Hong Kong
up to 7 days University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
28 to 37 weeks Guangdong Women and Children Hospital
3 to 15 Samara Regional Medical Center Dynasty
2 mos to 12 yrs Safra Children's Hospital, Sheba Medical Center