One CBR Client Asks Herself, “Baby Number 2?”

Author, mother, and (self-proclaimed) professional oversharer, Nadine (a CBR client and potentially soon-to-be second time mom) shares with us the joys, challenges and everything in between of having a growing family. Click here to read things she is already considering for her second child, including cord blood banking. Nadine is a CBR-sponsored blogging guru, having…

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Mommy MD Spotlight: Celebrating Research Efforts for Autism Awareness Month

The symbol for Autism awareness is a puzzle. Autism is a complex developmental disorder affecting social, language, and behavioral skills,1 with no known cure. It is a growing public health issue, with 1 in 68 children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) each year in the U.S. alone2 – a number that has increased by…

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Can Cord Blood Offer Hope for the Treatment of Brain Injuries?

Not long ago, it was common scientific belief that the adult human brain, once injured, could not be repaired.1 Today, stem cell therapy may hold the key to changing that notion. Brain injuries can occur from trauma, circulatory system failure, infectious disease, genetics, and environmental factors, but they all have a few things in common. …

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March: Raising Awareness and Addressing Needs for Children with Cerebral Palsy

March marks Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, which began with the goal of generating research for preventing, treating, and curing cerebral palsy CBR is partnering on two FDA-regulated clinical trials focused on cerebral palsy that are currently enrolling children diagnosed with the disorder. Georgia Regents University In the first trial we’re highlighting for Cerebral Palsy Awareness…

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