Dec 14 2011

What cord blood processing method do you use?

Posted by Martin Smithmyer

Americord uses a manual cell separation for processing cord blood, also known as  the modified “Rubinstein method.” The lab processes the blood to separate the mononuclear cells. The lab prefers the standard Hespan method, because this allows the entire process to be performed in a “closed” system (a sterile blood bag transfer set), greatly reducing the chances of external contamination while processing. Call us at 866-503-6005 and ask about our limited cord blood pricing offer.

Americord has the best quality and follows all of the best practices for cord blood collection and storage, including the FDA, the AABB, state and federal guidelines and applicable licenses. We use the only commercially available FDA approved sterile exterior cord blood bag that is on the market, the fastest medical courier, and the cheapest prices.

Have a kit sent to your home now so you don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to save your child’s stem cells. Remember, there are no fees until after the baby is born. Sign up online now!

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