Jan 13 2014

Cord Blood Cost is a Worthwhile Investment

Posted by Martin Smithmyer

At Americord, we know that having a baby costs a lot of money. Parents on a tight budget may not want to spend money on anything but the bare necessities like a crib, stroller, and newborn clothing. Cord blood cost does not need to be expensive when you bank cord blood with us at Americord. We collect stem cells from your baby’s umbilical cord blood and preserve them for 20 years for only $1,999. There are no additional or hidden fees for collection and medical courier, and we do not charge annual fees like most companies do. You can choose to pay in 12 monthly payments of $199 – an option that makes preserving the stem cells possible for many families. You have only one opportunity to do this, and that is at the time of birth.

Why Cord Blood Cost is Worth the Money

Your baby cord blood is unique to your child and to your family. There are many reasons why it makes sense to preserve these stem cells. The cord blood cost is worth the small amount that you pay over a 20-year period. Some of the diseases that are currently being treated with umbilical cord stem cells include:

  • Leukemia
  • Lymphoma
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Thalassemia

More than 80 diseases and medical conditions are currently being treated with stem cells. Although we hope that you family never faces a serious illness or disease that requires these cells, the fact is that some families do need them. We are happy to provide affordable rates for you that make it possible to save your baby stem cells in case they are needed in the future.

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