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CORD BLOOD

FACT-accredited Cord Blood Banks have demonstrated compliance with the current FACT Cord Blood Standards. The accreditation process involves the submission of documentation to demonstrate compliance with the standards and an on-site inspection conducted by inspectors qualified by training and experience in cord blood banking. Accredited cord blood banks have met rigorous standards, as defined by the leading experts in the field and based on the latest knowledge of the field of cord blood banking. 

Cord blood units are classified as one of two categories:

  • Unrelated: Donated cord blood cells collected, stored, and available for use by anyone for whom the cells are an appropriate match and there is documented need.
  • Related: Cord blood cells collected from one donor to be used by a specified individual or family, including the infant donor. These units are not available to the general public but are restricted to use as directed by the donor or donor’s guardians.


Cord Blood Bank Search Results
State or Province City Country Name of Organization Director Cord Blood Bank Products
Type of Cord Blood Unit
Unrelated
(Public Units)
Related
(Private Family Units)
CaliforniaCovinaUSAStemCyte, Inc.Lawrence Petz, MDXX
CaliforniaOrangeUSACHOC Children's Cord Blood Bank Leonard Sender, MDXX
FloridaGainesvilleUSALifeCord Cord Blood BankJohn R. Wingard, MDX
FloridaOldsmarUSACryo-Cell International Inc.Merri B. Mair, MDX
FloridaOrlandoUSACORD:USE Public Cord Blood BankJoanne Kurtzberg, MDX
MichiganDetroitUSAJ.P. McCarthy Cord Stem Cell Bank Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer InstituteVoravit Ratanatharathorn, MDX
New YorkNew YorkUSANational Cord Blood ProgramPablo Rubinstein, MDX
North CarolinaDurhamUSACarolinas Cord Blood Bank at DukeJoanne Kurtzberg, MDXX
OhioClevelandUSAAbraham J. & Phyllis Katz Cord Blood Foundation d.b.a. Cleveland Cord Blood CenterPhilip Paul, PhDX
TexasHoustonUSAM. D. Anderson Cord Blood BankElizabeth J. Shpall, MDXX