Insception Lifebank Releases — Insception Lifebank

Research & Trials

Research & Trials

Insception Lifebank Releases

  • We have more experience releasing cord blood units than all other Canadian cord blood banks combined.
  • We have experience transporting cord blood units to patients both locally for bone marrow transplants and internationally for clinical trials.
  • We have a 100% successful release rate. All cord blood units released for client use have been accepted for transfusion into the patient, validating our processing, storage and shipping methods.

Units Released for Transplant

Transplant
Date

RecipientDiseasesDelivery HospitalRecipient
Relationship
Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto – 14 Units
1997Male – 34 monthsBeta ThalassemiaToronto General, TorontoCousin
2001Male – 9 monthsRetinoblastomaHeadwaters, OrangevilleSelf
2001Male – 26 monthsLeukemiaSt. Joseph’s, SudburySibling
2003Female – 5 yearsLeukemiaOttawa Civic, OttawaSibling
2004Male – 9 yearsFanconi AnemiaSt. Joseph’s, TorontoSibling
2006Female – 25 monthsEmbryonal Supratentorial TumorCredit Valley, MississaugaSelf
2006Male – 32 monthsMyeloid DysplasiaGreater Niagara General, NiagaraSibling
2006Female – 13 yearsBeta ThalassemiaToronto East General, TorontoSibling
2008Male – 12 monthsRetinoblastomaMount Sinai, TorontoSelf
2010Male – 18 monthsAcute Myeloid LeukemiaHôpital Montfort, OttawaSibling
2010Female – 4 yearsAcute Myeloid LeukemiaTrillium, MississaugaSibling
2010Male – 13 yearsBeta ThalassemiaScarborough General, ScarboroughSibling
2013Male – 5 yearsAlpha Thalassemia MajorMcMaster, HamiltonSibling
2013Female – 4 yearsAcute Lymphoblastic LeukemiaCredit Valley, MississaugaSibling

Units Released for Cellular Therapy

Transpant
Date

RecipientDiseasesDelivery HospitalRecipient
Relationship
University of Florida, Shands Hospital, Gainesville, Florida – 6 Units
2007Male – 9 yearsType I DiabetesWomen’s College, TorontoSelf
2008Female – 6 yearsType I DiabetesMcMaster, HamiltonSelf
2008Male – 3 yearsType I DiabetesRegina General, ReginaSelf
2009Male – 8 yearsType I DiabetesJoseph Brant, BurlingtonSelf
2009Male – 11 yearsType I DiabetesWomen’s College, TorontoSelf
2009Male – 11 yearsType I DiabetesOakville TrafalgarSelf
Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina – 9 Units
2007Male – 9 monthsCerebral PalsyMount Sinai, TorontoSelf
2007Male – 29 monthsCerebral PalsyWindsor Regional, WindsorSelf
2009Female – 10 monthsCerebral PalsyFoothills Medical Centre, CalgarySelf
2010Female – 29 monthsCerebral PalsySt. Joseph’s, TorontoSelf
2012Male – 13 monthsCerebral PalsyScarborough Grace, ScarboroughSelf
2016Male – 7 years oldCerebral PalsyPrince George Regional Hospital, Prince GeorgeSelf
2016Male – 16 monthsCerebral PalsyRoyal University Hospital, SaskatoonSibling
2016Male – 5 yearsCerebral PalsyBC Women’s, VancouverSelf
2018Male – 6 yearsAutismMiramichi General Hospital, MiramichiSelf

Units Released for Compassionate Use

Transpant
Date

RecipientDiseasesDelivery HospitalRecipient
Relationship
Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina – 2 Units
2012Male – 11 yearsBrain InjuryLangley Memorial, LangleySelf
2014Male – 9 yearsBrain InjuryRockyview General, CalgarySelf