Cord blood stem cells are full of potential.
Today, cord blood stem cells can be used to treat over 80 life-threatening diseases. Emerging research is expanding the list of diseases and conditions that may be treatable with cord blood, including autism, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injury. Imagine what may be treated in the next 20 years! Learn More
Thinking about saving your baby's cord blood and cord tissue? Join the thousands of Canadians who have banked their baby’s precious umbilical cord stem cells to ensure their children or family members will have an opportunity to benefit from potential medical treatments today or in the future. Learn More
Take the first step to learn about cord blood and cord tissue banking today!
The Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada holds the annual Light The Night Walk on the streets of major cities across Canada. This year’s Light The Night promoters are hoping to make it the biggest event yet as thousands of Canadians march through the streets to support an inspirational cause.Learn More
Cord blood banking has been endorsed by many celebrities over the years, such as actors, athletes, and in some cases writers. Cord blood banking in Canada is still a largely unknown concept compared to other developed countries, but esteemed novelist and poet Margaret Atwood believes Canadian families can increase awareness.Learn More
September is closely associated with education, and is one of the most important months to remember there are always new things to learn. Children are back in school in September, while families and nonprofit organizations recognize September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month with campaigns meant to educate people about combating deadly diseases.Learn More
Meet the children and families whose lives were changed forever because the cord blood stem cells they banked with Insception Lifebank were available. Learn More
Over 30,000 cord blood stem cell transplants have been performed to date.7