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  • Newborn Expert
    Providing newborn care to all families nationwide. Over 40 years of taining and experience.

  • Breastfeeding Basics
    Nursing your baby can be one of the most joyful experiences life has to offer. Nurse your baby successfully with expert advice and information

  • CORD
    Our mission is to provide expectant parents and medical professionals with the highest possible standard in umbilical cord blood storage.

  • Lifebank Cord Blood Banking (Canada)
    Lifebank Cryogenics Corp. is Canada's first umbilical cord blood bank. In Vancouver, BC.

  • Newborn Blood Banking, Inc
    When your baby is born, the blood in the umbilical cord is discarded. Yet, thousands of parents around the world are now saving this potentially life-saving blood.

  • New England Cord Blood Bank
    New England Cryogenic Center, Inc., one of the first private cryogenic laboratories licensed in the United States, was established in 1982. Developed and run by doctors and cryogenic engineers, we maintain an enduring commitment to the highest scientific and regulatory standards. It is in the spirit of this commitment and bond to our history that we now provide umbilical cord blood stem cell storage and referral services through New England Cord Blood Bank, Inc.

  • Screenings - Postnatal
    Soon after birth, your baby may be screened (tested) for certain genetic metabolic disorders. There are about 180 of these diseases--which can vary in seriousness from no symptoms to severe physical or mental handicaps. Some of the disorders require treatment, while others need no care at all.

  • Vitamin K - Does my baby need it?
    There is a rare disease called Vitamin K deficiency bleeding, which occurs in approximately 1/10,000 babies. In about half of babies who suffer this bleeding problem after the first week of life, many will die or sustain significant brain-damage due to the disease, because of bleeding into the brain.


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