Friday, May 26, 2017

Cord Blood can help with memory and autism!

New Stanford Study Links Cord Blood to Possible Memory Improvement

The Today Show on NBC recently featured exciting results of an early research study at the Stanford University School of Medicine. The study investigated the potential for a protein found in the enriched plasma of fresh umbilical cord blood to aid older mice with memory loss and learning. Although this does not apply to cord blood as it is currently being stored, it is exciting as it provides additional insight into the regenerative potential of cord blood.**

Check out The Cord Blood Registry HERE. When you get an account and bank your baby's cord blood, you get a full year free with every referral! 

Stem Cells offer hope for Autism... how cool is that? 

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