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From medical waste to a valuable resource containing potentially lifesaving stem cells.

The umbilical cord is usually cut after the baby is born and discarded with the placenta as medical waste until researchers discover its medical potential. The umbilical cord contains cord blood and Wharton’s jelly which are protected by a sheet-like membrane called the cord lining. Wharton’s jelly only has one type of stem cell (Mesenchymal Stem Cells), whereas the cord lining has two types (Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Cord Lining Epithelial Stem Cells).

Cord Blood Stem Cells

Since 1988, doctors have used cord blood to treat patients suffering from diseases such as leukemia, lymphoma, blood disorders, solid tumors, and many more. Cord blood stem cell transplants are currently being used as standard mainstream treatment for 80-over diseases.

Cord Lining Stem Cells

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and Cord Lining Epithelial Stem Cells (CLEpSCs) have the immense potential to repair and heal the body in ways that cord blood does not. These cells have shown their potential in healing damaged tissues and organs, as well as in treating a number of diseases.