Annual Dual Storage
Annual Dual Storage
Preserve Your Baby’s Umbilical Cord Stem Cells With Community Banking
Your baby’s precious umbilical cord stem cells can be preserved at LifeCell for a lifetime through our flexible packages. The umbilical cord banking cost comprises of testing, processing and storage cost. LifeCell offers multiple pricing options such as annual storage plan Rs. 19,990, one-time storage plan Rs. 49,990, Lifetime storage plan Rs. 64,990 and EMI Plan starting from Rs. 950 to make your journey of storing your baby's umbilical cord stem cells easy and affordable. imple Steps To Preserve Your Baby’s Umbilical Cord Stem Cells With Community Banking Umbilical cord stem cell banking is a simple process and a once in a lifetime opportunity to preserve the baby’s umbilical cord blood which would otherwise be discarded as a medical waste. The collection of baby’s umbilical cord is done soon after the baby’s birth without posing any harm to the mother or the baby Steps you will take Enroll Sign up and inform your doctor Get your Kit Receive the collection kit Call us Inform us for sample collection Carry the kit Carry the kit to the hospital during delivery Handover the kit Give the kit to the hospital for collection Care that we extend Collection kit After enrollment we will send you a collection kit Collect sample Organize collection of your baby’s umbilical cord blood at birth Transport Our safe logistics chain will organize to transit your sample to the lab Testing & Processing Our specialists will test & process your samples in the lab Preservation Extracted stem cells are preserved & the certificates are dispatched
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Why should I opt for Community stem cell banking over a private or public stem cell bank?
What are the chances of my family members requiring stem cells from the community stem cell bank?
How is my child covered if my child’s cord blood stem cells are floated in the community pool for use by another community member?
What if my baby's stem cells are used by any other community member & my child requires his/her stem cells for treatment?
What if my child requires its own stem cells for treatment soon after the initial 2 years and if my child’s stem cells are already released to another community member?
If my child’s stem cells are released to someone else will my child continue to have access to stem cells from the community pool?
How much should I pay towards cost of matching stem cells from the community bank when I retrieve for a transplant?