If you have a chance to protect your child's & family health using cord blood banking, will you do it?

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I think it would be good to be able to do that. However, it is quite costly and most would probably consider it a "good-to-have" if finances allow. Also, if baby is at a higher risk for contracting any of the conditions treatable by stem cell treatments (https://www.cordlife.com/sg/treatable-diseases), it will make sense to do it. Found this useful article on this topic: http://sg.theasianparent.com/cord-blood-banking-cordlife-singapore/

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I stored with Cordlife for both number 1 and 2. It's a kind of insurance. I have known people who uses cord blood so it's a kind of insurance.

No. Because cord blood banking is in my perception playing on the fears of the public and has very little real use

It is costly but better to be safe than sorry. I just gave birth and stored mine.

6y ago

I stored mine with Cryvovia. It's a kind of an assurance and also because they have better customer service than the other cord blood banks in Singapore.

Yes. I have done it.

6y ago

Where did you store? And why?