• Giselle Sanchez Talks About Cord Blood Banking

    Some Filipino parents like Giselle Sanchez have already invested in cord blood banking. Find out why and see if it’s for you.
    by SmartParenting Staff .
  • Cord blood banking seems like something that only happens in other countries. What a lot of Filipino parents don’t know is that cord blood banking is available in the Philippines and some parents have already invested in it. Below, TV/ movie actress and mom, Giselle Sanchez, talks about cord blood banking.
     
    It just makes common sense for every parent
     
    These days, you can never really know what disease your baby or a family could get along the way. With children as young as 5 years old suffering from leukemia or some other disease we never imagined they would get. We just have to be ready for whatever could happen in the future. As cord blood stem cells have been proven to treat over 80 diseases, storing our baby’s cord blood will give us the peace of mind that we have something to resort to when a need for the use of it arises. It just makes common sense for every parent.
     
    This is a one-time chance, at birth
     
    The crucial thing here is that we are only given this one chance to do this—only at birth, and after the umbilical cord is cut. It’s quite unfortunate that I only knew about cord blood banking and its benefits recently. Luckily for me, I was able to come across cord blood banking in time for the coming of my second baby, Zappa.
     
    Accreditation speaks volumes
     
    Making the decision to store my son’s cord blood was not difficult at all—especially with CordLife. CordLife’s AABB accreditation speaks volumes already when it comes to quality standards. Aside from quality assurance, with CordLife being listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, I am assured that they are financially transparent and stable—which means I wouldn’t have to worry that the company would run out of operating funds, and put my son’s stem cells at risk.  As this concerns the health of my family, there can’t be any compromise.

    Read about some FAQs on Cord Blood Banking

    Cord blood banking seems like something that only happens in other countries. What a lot of Filipino parents don’t know is that cord blood banking is available in the Philippines and some parents have already invested in it. Below, TV/ movie actress and mom, Giselle Sanchez, talks about cord blood banking.


    It just makes common sense for every parent


    These days, you can never really know what disease your baby or a family could get along the way. With children as young as 5 years old suffering from leukemia or some other disease we never imagined they would get. We just have to be ready for whatever could happen in the future. As cord blood stem cells have been proven to treat over 80 diseases, storing our baby’s cord blood will give us the peace of mind that we have something to resort to when a need for the use of it arises. It just makes common sense for every parent.


    This is a one-time chance, at birth


    The crucial thing here is that we are only given this one chance to do this—only at birth, and after the umbilical cord is cut. It’s quite unfortunate that I only knew about cord blood banking and its benefits recently. Luckily for me, I was able to come across cord blood banking in time for the coming of my second baby, Zappa.


    Accreditation speaks volumes


    Making the decision to store my son’s cord blood was not difficult at all—especially with CordLife. CordLife’s AABB accreditation speaks volumes already when it comes to quality standards. Aside from quality assurance, with CordLife being listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, I am assured that they are financially transparent and stable—which means I wouldn’t have to worry that the company would run out of operating funds, and put my son’s stem cells at risk.  As this concerns the health of my family, there can’t be any compromise.


    Read about some FAQs on Cord Blood Banking here


    About CordLife Medical Philippines, Inc.


    Operational since 2005 as a sales office, CordLife Medical Philippines, Inc. officially opened the country’s first and only cord blood processing and storage facility located in Metro Manila in 2010. The world-class facility is registered with the Department of Health and is built in accordance with global gold standards such as the American Association of Blood Banks and ISO. The facility operates 365 days a year and offers the world’s only fully automated cord blood processing system, SEPAX, with a storage capacity for more than 20,000 cord blood units. CordLife Medical Philippines Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of CordLife Limited. For more information, please visit www.cordlife.com.


     
    About CordLife Medical Philippines, Inc.
     
    Operational since 2005 as a sales office, CordLife Medical Philippines, Inc. officially opened the country’s first and only cord blood processing and storage facility located in Metro Manila in 2010. The world-class facility is registered with the Department of Health and is built in accordance with global gold standards such as the American Association of Blood Banks and ISO. The facility operates 365 days a year and offers the world’s only fully automated cord blood processing system, SEPAX, with a storage capacity for more than 20,000 cord blood units. CordLife Medical Philippines Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of CordLife Limited. For more information, please visit www.cordlife.com.



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