Treatments & Research

Today's Treatments. Tomorrow's Breakthroughs.

Today's Treatments. Tomorrow's Breakthroughs.

The power and potential of umbilical cord stem cells

Your baby's umbilical cord is a rich source of cells including hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) found in the cord blood and mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) found in the cord tissue. These stem cells are unique cells that have the ability to help repair and heal the body. 



How Is Cord Blood Be Used Today?

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Proven Uses In Transplant Medicine 

Cancers | Blood Disorders | Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes Metabolic Disorders Immune Disorders | Other



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Clinical Research Trials 

Autism | Cerebral Palsy | Brain Injury Type 1 diabetes 

Learn more about cord blood uses


Autism and Cord Blood

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How Are Cord Tissue Stem Cells Used Today?

Excitement about cord tissue's potential to help conditions affecting cartilage, muscle and nerve cells continues to grow.19 A significant amount of research is underway to better understand how cord tissue stem cells could play a role in future therapies. Researchers are also focusing on a wide range of potential treatment areas, including: 

Parkinson’s disease
Alzheimer's
Autism 
Type 1 diabetes
Lung cancer
Rheumatoid arthritis 
Sports injuries (cartilage)


ViaCord understands that banking your baby's cord tissue is an investment in your family's future. That's why we invested in a processing technology that delivers more value for families. It starts from the minute your baby's cord tissue arrives at ViaCord's AABB Accredited Laboratory.

Learn more about our Cord Tissue service


ViaCord's Research Collaborations

Thinking forward for your family

Families that choose ViaCord feel confident knowing that we're always thinking 'big’ about the potential of cord blood and cord tissue stem cells and are committed to pushing the science forward. Our commitment to pushing the science forward is reflected in our collaborations with renowned academic institutions and participation in well-designed studies.

Learn about ViaCord's research collaborations


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