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What is cord blood?

Cord blood, or placental blood, is the blood left behind in a baby's umbilical cord after it's been cut. This blood contains many types of stem cells, including hematopoietic stem cells — which have the capacity to turn into any other kind of blood and immune system cells.

Why is cord blood so important?

  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
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Cord blood, or placental blood, is the blood left behind in a baby's umbilical cord after it's been cut. This blood contains many types of stem cells, including hematopoietic stem cells — which have the capacity to turn into any other kind of blood and immune system cells.

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Why is cord blood so important?

  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are
  • Your baby will find her comfortable positions by moving around if she doesn’t feel so comfy in the one you are

Common Questions

  • Q. What diseases are currently treated by cord blood stem cells?

    A. The baby is constantly swallowing the amniotic fluid and the same is getting digested in the body. The fluids are discharged in the form of urine. Waste products are getting formed in the baby which will be passed in the baby’s first motion called as meconium. The permanent teeth will be in the place of the tiny tooth buds, getting formed now.

  • Q. What diseases are currently treated by cord blood stem cells?

    A. The baby is constantly swallowing the amniotic fluid and the same is getting digested in the body. The fluids are discharged in the form of urine. Waste products are getting formed in the baby which will be passed in the baby’s first motion called as meconium. The permanent teeth will be in the place of the tiny tooth buds, getting formed now.

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