CryoSave

Why choose Cryo-Save?
why-choose-picCryo-Save is the leading international brand and the largest, most experienced family stem cell bank in Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa. Cryo-Save has been the leading innovator in cord blood banking for more than 15 years, and our superior technology and strong commitment to families are the key reasons why Cryo-Save is the number one choice of Obs/Gyne physicians and expectant families world-wide.

Cryo-Save’s laboratories are internationally accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB), the platinum standard in our industry, as well as FDA registered. Other accreditation/certification include WHO:GMP, FAMHP, SWISSMEDIC & ISO 9001.

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CORD BLOOD STEM CELLS SAVES LIVES!

The opportunity to save a baby’s potentially lifesaving cord blood stem cells happens only once in a lifetime – at birth – so it’s important that expecting parents learn about cord blood banking and understand their options.

Why store your baby’s stem cells ?

Today stem cells are being used in transplant medicine to treat over 80 serious diseases and disorders including certain cancers (leukemia and other types), blood disorders (thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, aplastic anemia and others) and immune and metabolic disorders. Cord blood stem cells have been used for more than 25 years in 35,000+ transplants for children and adults.

In addition to saving lives through stem cell transplants, cord blood stem cells have properties that have been shown in laboratory studies to help the body repair itself. Cord blood stem cell therapy is being investigated in patients in FDA-regulated clinical studies for conditions including:

  • Autism:
    affects 1 in 88 children
  • Cerebral palsy:
    affects 1 in 303 children
  • Pediatric stroke:
    1 in 4,000 full-term newborns exhibit symptoms
  • Type 1 diabetes:
    15,000 children are diagnosed every year
  • Acquired hearing loss:
    15 percent of children in the US suffer from hearing loss
  • Congenital heart defects:
    about 36,000 children are born with a heart defect every year

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