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"A Parent's Wild Ride to Cord Blood", by HuffPost blogger Cara Paiuk ift.tt/1j9BWp9 @BeingCaraP
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RT @BCLatino Qué llevar al hospital cuando vas a dar a luz KIT DE COLECCIÓN LA SANGRE DEL CORDÓN http://ow.ly/vB91n
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Updated today: despite Russia-Ukraine tensions, HEMAFUND is still Ukraine's leading public & private cord blood bank
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Parent's Guide to Cord Blood Foundation is a partner on the Cord Banking Basics educational slideshow from @cordblood http://ow.ly/ttm9I
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Looking for a hospital to donate your baby's cord blood? We have the map:
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RT @Robot_Insect: I love this interactive map. #CDCvax. Map: Vaccine-Preventable Outbreaks http://t.co/UXxVGbYZyW
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Hopefully this won't go to my head but I am now an Expert Author for @BabyCenter http://ow.ly/wy7OW
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Autism rates are rising. If cord blood stem cells can help, it will be a blockbuster for this therapy. http://parentsguidecordblood.org/news/40/
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Solid science on why it is premature to get exuberant about breakthrough creation of stem cells with acid http://ow.ly/t7wsd
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Thanks to Pedro Couto: 4 family cord blood banks with labs in Portugal: Bebé Vida, Bioteca, Crioestaminal, @Cytothera http://ow.ly/t77oA
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This week Dr. Verter attended the Phacilitate Stem Cell and Gene Therapy Forum in Washington D.C. Here is a photo from the event with Artur Isaev, CEO of the Human Stem Cells Institute in Moscow, and Alexey Bersenev, MD PhD, stem cell blogger.
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Providing accurate and balanced education about umbilical cord blood since 1998.
Introduction
Parent's Guide to Cord Blood Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity that dates back to 1998. Our founder Dr. Frances Verter is both a mother who lost a child to cancer plus a scientist who publishes on the topic of cord blood stem cell storage.

We provide balanced educational resources about both public and private cord blood banking. Our primary audience is parents and the public, but we also provide continuing medical education for physicians and industry databases for professionals.