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CReATe Cord Blood Bank is proud to announce their role as an Official Participant in World Cord Blood Day 2018

On November 15th, in celebration of World Cord Blood Day 2018, CReATe Cord Blood Bank will join experts from around the globe to educate parents, healthcare professionals and the public about the current uses of cord blood stem cells as well as ground-breaking research in this area of medicine.

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The purpose of World Cord Blood Day (free event – open to the public) is to educate expectant parents and health professionals about the current applications and research using cord blood stem cells. In France in 1988, Dr. Eliane Gluckman performed the world's first cord blood transplant saving a young boy suffering from Fanconi Anemia. Since then, there have been more than 35,000 cord blood transplants worldwide.

Today, cord blood stem cells are used to treat over 80 life-threatening diseases including sickle cell anemia, thalassemia, lymphoma and leukemia. Cord blood also holds great promise in regenerative medicine to potentially treat autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, diabetes, stroke, spinal cord injury and much more. Yet, in most births, cord blood continues to be thrown away as medical waste.

As an Official Participant in World Cord Blood Day 2018, CReATe Cord Blood Bank will be playing an important role in advancing cord blood education and awareness. We invite you to join the conversation on social media and join our webinars offered throughout the month.

Organized by Save the Cord Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit, World Cord Blood Day 2018 is officially sponsored by Quick Specialized Healthcare Logistics, recognized leader in medical shipping and logistics. Inspiring Partners for this event include the Cord Blood Association, Be the Match (NMDP), World Marrow Donor Association (WMDA-Netcord), AABB and FACT.

Visit to learn how you can participate on-line or in your local community. Join us on social media using the hashtags: #WCBD18 #WorldCordBloodDay

World Cord Blood Day is a free event, open to the public.

About CReATe Cord Blood Bank

CReATe Cord Blood Bank was founded in 2005 by Dr. Clifford Librach, Director of Create Fertility Centre, and has been successfully banking stem cells since that time. CReATe’s cutting edge technology offers the most advanced stem cell services available in the North American market.

In 2006 CReATe launched Peristem™ service which offers a second type of stem cell storage for potential treatment of a new range of diseases that has shown to enhance current cord blood treatment. CReATe’s technological superiority together with its highly trained and experienced team make CReATe your cord blood bank of choice.

About the World Cord Blood Day host/organizer: Save the Cord Foundation

Save the Cord Foundation (a 501c3 non-profit) was established to advance cord blood education. The Foundation provides non-commercial information to parents, health professionals and the public regarding methods for saving cord blood, as well as current applications using cord blood and the latest research. Learn more at

About the Official Sponsor of World Cord Blood Day 2018: Quick Specialized Healthcare Logistics

Quick is the trusted logistics leader serving the Healthcare and Life Science community for over 36 years. Quick safely transports human organs and tissue for transplant or research, blood, blood products, cord blood, bone marrow, medical devices and personalized medicine, 24/7/365. Quick's specially trained experts work with hospitals, laboratories, blood banks and medical processing centers, and utilize the safest routes to ensure integrity, temperature control and chain of custody throughout the transportation process. Learn more at