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Posted 1 year ago

A recent clinical trial led by Dr Joanne Kurtzberg from Duke University on the use of umbilical cord blood stem cells to treat autism has reported improvements in 70% of the children who participated in the trial. Following these promising results, the clinical trial has since advanced to its second phase. One of the trial’s participants, Blake, was just 3 years old when he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. His family noticed that Blake was suffering from delayed motor skills, lack of speech, often engaged in repetitive behaviors and experienced frequent meltdowns. Thankfully, his parents made the life-changing decision to store his cord blood at birth which enabled him to participate in Duke University’s clinical trial involving the infusion of his own cord blood stem cells back into his body. Today, Blake is able to carry out full conversations and his social interactions has improved. Find out how cord blood stem cells changed Blake’s life @ (Article from NBC DFW) Every life journey is precious beyond measure and coming alongside parents to safeguard their baby’s future has been at the heart of Cordlife's mission since 2001. By storing your child’s umbilical cord stem cells at birth, it may one day be a life-saving source of stem cells for your entire family. Empower your child in the name of health with Cordlife – a trusted family cord blood bank with dual international certifications from AABB and FACT and over 17 years of laboratory management expertise in Singapore. #haveyoucordlife #cordblood #stemcells #cordlifesg #fightforlifesg

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