Wound healing improved with umbilical cord stem cell treatment, new study shows

Parents tend to little wounds like this every day, but what if something more serious happens?
An exciting new study has shown that the stem cells in a baby’s umbilical cord can be used to repair and rejuvenate skin, improving healing times and patient outcomes.
This means that if you have stored your child’s cord blood and tissue, their own cells could be used to heal serious wounds, or even to treat their brother or sister or another injured family member.
With 82 diseases already treatable with cord blood stem cells, this study is our 83rd good reason to bank cord blood and stem cells with Biovault Family.
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Chief Executive Officer | Biovault Family

Biovault Family CEO, Kate Sneddon, joined Biovault in July 2009 and became Chief Executive Officer in 2016. As health industry professional her experience includes working as a microbiologist and leader at GSK for over 10 years. Her expertise in cord blood banking has been recognised in her awards, features in Parliamentary Review and Parents Guide to Cord Blood, as well as contributions to research with UCL and others.

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