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At Insception Lifebank Cord Blood Program, we believe in working within the local community to spread awareness about cord blood banking. Expecting parents should be aware life-saving potential of cord blood and with Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Insception Lifebank wants to ensure that the city’s residents know the benefits.

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Registering for Cord Blood Banking

Planning for the birth of your baby is a busy time and it is not uncommon for parents to become overwhelmed by the number of important decisions that must be made and the amount of preparation that must be done. That’s why we make it so easy to sign up to Insception Lifebank’s Cord Blood Program.

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Hospital News Interviews Insception Lifebank Founder

Popular health resources Hospital News recently interviewed Insception Lifebank’s own Dr. Ian Rogers. Founder of the Insception Lifebank Cord Blood Program, Dr. Rogers is dedicated to cord blood technology and stem cell researcher. He is currently researching a procedure that would use cord blood stem cells to treat Type 1 diabetes.

Diabetes destroys cells that produce insulin. Unless treated with regular injections, Type 1 diabetes can be fatal. It can also have negative effects on the eyes, kidneys, heart and nervous system.

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Cord Blood Collection at Insception Lifebank

At Insception Lifebank Cord Blood Program, our cord blood collection methods are proven to be some of the most efficient in the industry. Using our methods, we collect a rate of cord blood stem cells from each donor and our lab facilities allow our technicians to recover a high rate of cells.

The collection of cord blood takes just 5 minutes, and does not harm neither the mother nor the child. The clamping and cutting occurs exactly as it would in any other birth, making the procedure harmless and painless.

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Families Without a History of Illness Should Consider Cord Blood Banking

When it comes to the decision of whether or not to bank their children’s cord blood, many parents believe that a lack of illness in their family history is reason enough to forego the procedure. However, there are many great reasons that justify banking your child’s cord blood, even if a family history of illness is not present.

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Insception Lifebank Educates Students About Cord Blood Banking

Students enrolled in the University of Toronto’s DEEP Summer Program were provided with an exclusive tour of Insception Lifebank’s cord blood banking facilities. To give the pre-university students a concise understanding about cord blood stem cells, the Insception Lifebank team showed them how cord blood banking actually works.

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The International Society for Stem Cell Research

The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) held its 9th annual meeting in Toronto last week.   The ISSCR is an independent, nonprofit organization established to promote and foster the exchange and dissemination of information and ideas relating to stem cells and to promote professional and public education in all areas of stem cell research and application.

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Why Take Part in a Cord Blood Education Session?

We can’t stress enough that parents should learn about cord blood banking. However, we realize that family doctors may not have all of the information available to readily answer your questions. To fill that gap, Insception Lifebank Cord Blood Program hosts regular Parent Education sessions, during which parents can find out everything they need to know about cord blood banking.

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