How Cord Blood Can Help Your Family Tomorrow

couple1From the moment you first find out you are expecting a child, the first priority for any family is ensuring that the baby is healthy.

As parents, you can take several precautions in preparation for the birth of a newborn; such as finding a trusted pediatrician, arranging for childcare if needed, picking out the perfect furniture, or arranging for your baby’s cord blood to be cryogenically stored.  However, these precautions can get very expensive for the average family.

How Can Cord Blood Help Your Family?

Should the unthinkable occur to your child or a family member – illness, injury, cancer – you have another option. You have hope. Cord blood stem cells have the ability to develop into other cells such as oxygen carrying red blood cells or disease fighting immune cells.

This important benefit is useful to repair damaged cells that result from diseases, infections, or bodily injury. Cord blood stem cells have the possibility to treat these disorders, and potentially improve the quality of your child’s life.

For effective storage and development, cord blood stem cells must be banked using a cord blood program such as Insception Lifebank.  Cord blood is blood obtained from your baby’s umbilical cord at birth with no risk of harm to mother or baby.

How Cord Blood is Stored

A little storage never hurts, especially if it is for your baby’s health.  Visit for more information about cord blood, and the storage process.

Save on Cord Blood Storage Services

To help make the cost a little easier for you, Insception Lifebank is offering $100 coupons for its cord blood storage services, which you can redeem by registering with the Insception Lifebank cord blood program.  All you need to provide to obtain a coupon is your name and your baby’s due date – this is so the storage facility has time to reserve a spot for your cord blood sample.  Your coupon is then personalized using your expected due date, which also sets an expiration date for 10 days after the scheduled birth – in other words, if you do get the coupon, make use of it sooner than later.

Anyone in Canada reading this post and interested in working with Insception Lifebank is eligible for a $100 coupon that can help save money on the services.  To be eligible for the coupon, you must complete an Insception Lifebank registration and plan to use the cord blood banking program.  The coupons are eligible for all Canadian blogs and families interested in making a life changing decision – are you cord blood ready? Register here for your $100 coupon. If you live in the USA, you can also register and Insception Lifebank will contact you back with further information.



I was compensated for this sponsored post made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. Coupons for this promotion are available to Canadian residents only. American registrations are welcome but unfortunately do not qualify for the coupons. 

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7 thoughts on “How Cord Blood Can Help Your Family Tomorrow

  • February 21, 2013 at 2:39 pm
    I think cord blood banking is phenomenal. I had a baby recently and entered a contest to win free CBB but didn't... It's too expensive for us unfortunately. Reply
    • February 28, 2013 at 1:08 pm
      there are many banks and some are less expensive than others and they dont charge a yearly fee. maze cord blood is one such bank. there's a coupon for $100 off theprice on their main page Reply
  • February 21, 2013 at 3:48 pm
    Thanks for the information. I wish I had more info on it when my kids when being born. Reply
  • February 21, 2013 at 8:57 pm
    I often wonder if we should have done this with out children. Babies actually need their cord blood and too often the cord is clapped before the blood is finished being pumped into them by the placenta. At least this way the blood would be put to good use for the baby later if it is ever needed! Reply
  • February 22, 2013 at 10:08 am
    I always saw this advertised when I was pregnant all 4 times, and never did it! Now I am regretting it because you never know and it's better to be prepared... Reply

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