LifeLine Cryogenics


1275 Summer St.
Stamford, Connecticut 06905

Phone: 1-866-967-CRYO
Fax: 203-967-2795
Website: www.lifelinecryogenics.com
Email: info@lifelinecryogenics.com

Umbilical Cord Blood Banking Services in Connecticut

Why should I bank my newborn’s
cord blood?

Cord blood banking provides parents with the opportunity to preserve their baby’s cord blood stem cells. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that occurs immediately following the birth of the baby and before the removal of the placenta.

What is cord blood?

Cord blood is the blood that remains in the baby’s umbilical cord after delivery. Cord blood contains stem cells which are considered the the body’s master cells because of their ability to regenerate into cells that can develop and form other tissue, organs an systems. Promising research in Parkinson, diabetes heart disease and Cerebral Palsy, utilizing cord blood stem cells, is rapidly expanding the uses for cord blood stem cells.

Currently stem cells are being used in more than 70 malignant and genetic diseases including leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma as well a as bone marrow failure syndromes, immunodeficiency syndromes, blood disorders and auto immune disorders. To see a complete list of diseases please visit our website at www.lifelinecryogenics.com.

Who can benefit from cord blood stem cells?

The cells obtained from the umbilical cord blood will be a perfect match for your child . In addition , other members of your family may also be a suitable match. Cord blood is particularly important for minority groups where finding a suitable donor can be difficult.

LifeLine Cryogenics, based in Stamford Connecticut offers umbilical cord blood banking at a significant savings in comparison to national cord blood banks. We are local, accredited, and offer state-of-the-art technology. Call today to schedule a free consultation and learn why thousands of parents choose to preserve their baby’s umbilical cord blood.

Please feel free to visit our laboratory every first Thursday of the month. To attend, please email mwelch@lifelinecryogenics.com.

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Expectant Mother’s Guide
c/o Spindle Publishing Company, Inc
300 Mt. Lebanon Boulevard
Suite 206 A
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
Phone: 412-207 2650
Fax: 412-892-8393
Email: info@expectantmothersguide.com