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A recent BBC article has shone a spotlight on the “massively misdiagnosed” 22q deletion syndrome. This genetic condition can cause a range of mild to severe behavioural, psychological and physical symptoms, but often flies under the radar in babies and children.
Bern, Switzerland - September 6-7, 2018 Conference Report:
The International Stem Cell Conference / International Placenta Stem Cell Society Conference took place in Bern, Switzerland between the 6 and 7 September 2018. More than 27 presentations with speakers arriving from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Russia, France, UK, Ukraine, Sweden, Austria, Italy, Spain and from across different universities within Switzerland.
As more and more research highlights the benefits of delayed cord clamping, it’s understandable that umbilical cord blood stem cell banking raises many questions for parents-to-be. Here we explain how delayed cord clamping works alongside cord blood stem cell banking to help protect your baby’s health.
Umbilical cord blood has been used as part of stem cell research for over 50 years. Thanks to a number of break-through scientific discoveries and successful therapies, cord blood stem cells are now an important part of standard treatments and clinical trials for a long list of diseases.
In the timeline below, find out just how far cord blood stem cell research has come so far!
We are proud to announce that Future Health Biobank is now one of the most accredited stem cell banks in the world. Having recently been awarded the prestigious AABB accreditation, we have surpassed many other stem cell banks in terms of delivering to the highest quality standards.
Dr Roger J. Dainty MBE, UK Managing Director of Future Health Biobank, visits Varna, Bulgaria. Roger’s primary visit to Varna, Bulgaria was to donate the sum 5,000 Lev to the Hospital in Varna city. The donation is to be used for two fetal baby monitors for the hospital baby unit.
Roger was introduced to Dr. Radoslav Minkov – CEO Hospital “prof. Dr Dimitur Stamatov “ Varna city.