Frequently Asked Questions Answered
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Science and Banking FAQs
The maternal blood samples go through a rigorous and thorough infectious disease testing from the American Red Cross National Testing Laboratory for donor screening of blood products. The reason we use the maternal blood and not the cord blood is because there is no FDA approved methodology of testing cord blood for all of the different infectious diseases and the limited volumes of cord blood make it impractical to sacrifice those precious stem cells to testing that can otherwise be completed with maternal samples.
FAQs About the Process
Core23 Biobank is Fully Compliant with all FDA Regulations and Industry Best Practices
Why does the FDA exist?
The FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
What is the most important regulation that applies to human stem cells?
How do we not only meet, but exceed all of the FDA regulations?
Below are some of the many FDA regulations that govern all cord blood banks and how Core23 Biobank satisfies those regulations above and beyond!
Learn About Cord Blood Banking Services
“I banked my daughter’s cord blood and chose Core23 because my doctor recommended them.” – Gibson Family
Core23 Biobank was founded by a group of experts in the field of cord blood banking and regenerative medicine.
Related stem cell products are very important when evaluating the genetic compatibility of a therapy.
There are three options for umbilical cord stem cell banking here you can explore and pick the plan that is right for you.