Family floater Plan

Amplify the utility of your
baby’s cord blood

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Due of the diverse Indian population, the chance of finding a matched donor ranges from 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 2,000,000

Siblings from the same parents have a 25% chance( 1 in 4) of being a close match.

Extended family members are highly unlikely to be a close match.

About 70% of patients who need a transplant do not have a matched family donor


Now, extend the life-saving gift of Community Banking to your siblings and their family and offer exclusive lifetime benefits to more than 8 family members with LifeCell’s Family Floater Plan

Your siblings & their family can now get access to LifeCell’s Community Banking Registry


Family Floater

Community Banking Extension Plan

Protect your entire family with the power of cord blood

10,000/Person

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  • Please note that this service can only be availed by LifeCell Community Banking Members.
  • Members signed up under this plan shall be able to retrieve samples from the LifeCell registry, 2 years after the date of addition.
  • Only the existing children of the sibling can be added to the plan at the time of enrolment

Extend the power of stem cells to your loved ones

Family floater members will avail the following community banking benefits.



Protection from 80+life-threatening disorders

Rapid availability & accessibility to 50,000 & ever-growing repository of community cord blood units

>97% chance of finding a matching unit for an Indian patient

Free shipping of matched units across the globe

Quality guarantee& disaster relief

Unlimited sample retrievals at no extra cost*

Advanced genetic profiling of all cord blood units before release, ensuring patient safety

LifeCell Cord Blood Banking:Recommended By Leading
Doctors In India


We are here to help

Your family’s healthy future is now in your hands. Become a LifeCell member and avail numerous benefits such as pocket-friendly plans, financial assistance unlimited retrievals and double the protection for your baby’s previous stem cells. If you have any further questions, we would love to hear from you!

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Frequently asked questions

Cord Blood Stem Cells have high regenerative properties & the ability to transform into blood cells, brain cells, muscle cells, bone cells etc. Currently, they are used to treat 80+ life-threatening medical conditions.

By storing the precious cord blood of your baby with LifeCell, you can now protect not just the baby but the entire family including parents, siblings, maternal & paternal grandparents for a lifetime.

One, among many, benefits of using cord blood stem cells, compared to stem cells gathered from other sources, is that cord blood is a fairly simple and non-invasive process to collect. There is absolutely no pain or risk to the mother or child.

As a result of their ability to self-renew and differentiate into different cell types, stem cells have found applications in the treatment of various diseases. Currently, cord blood stem cells are being successfully used and studied for further applications in the following areas.

1.Tissue regeneration: Stem cells find use in repair and restoration of damaged tissues or organs in case of severe injuries and chronic diseases.

2.Disease treatment: These remarkable stem cells have the potential to treat various medical conditions. These include forms of blood cancers as well as various genetic, immune, and metabolic disorders. For instance, the FDA has

approved the treatment of over 80 diseases using cord blood stem cells. Full list provided here.

With ongoing research and developments in the field of stem cells, treatment of various debilitating ailments shows promising results.

Answer: Majority (>90%) of the blood related medical conditions would require stem cells from a healthy matching donor for treatment as our own stem cells contain the same defect (root cause of the problem) that causes the disease, hence they cannot be used for treatment

Example: Consider a case where the child is diagnosed with thalassemia and is in need of a stem cell transplant. Since his own cells will be affected with the same thalassemia gene, he will need stem cells from a related or unrelated matched donor.