Jackson Memorial First Miami-Dade Hospital to Offer Moms Free Lifesaving Cord Blood Donation

Moms and their newborns can now donate cord blood to a public cord blood bank to save lives globally.

Celebrating LifeCord’s and Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Partnership

Join us in celebrating LifeCord's and Jackson Memorial Hospital's Partnership on Friday, December 10th at the Women's Hospital at Jackson's Memorial.

Call for Research Partners

LifeCord is committed to public cord blood banking, as well as providing units for critical research to expand clinical applications for cord stem cells. We are actively interested in collaborating with unique qualified research partners

Brookwood Medical Center Now Offers Cord Blood Donation

Babies born at Brookwood Medical Center have become Alabama’s youngest life savers. New parents can donate their newborn’s umbilical cord blood to LifeCord.

Cord Blood Cured Me

Doctors are still experimenting with, learning more about and perfecting the use of cord blood. Story from ABC 30 KFSN Fresno.

Good Odds for Those Who Need Bone Marrow Donor, Study Finds

Most blood cancer patients will find an acceptable match through bone marrow registry. Story from HealthDay.

A Life Made Possible by Cord Blood

Back in sixth grade Josh Ibarriento surprised his teacher and his classmates in science class with his answer to the question, “Who knows what cord blood is?”

As the class sat silently, Josh’s hand went up. […]

Recognizing Our Youngest Lifesavers

Babies are helping save lives all over the world because their parents made the decision to donate their umbilical cord blood to LifeCord, LifeSouth Community Blood Centers’ nonprofit public cord blood bank. In the past […]

AMAZING Gifts From a Special Family

Dan and Lindsey Galasso, who live near Gainesville, Fla., have nine children. Since the birth of their first, Nathan, in 1999, they made each birth an opportunity for someone else by donating the newborn’s umbilical cord blood to a public cord blood bank. “We like the idea of giving to someone else,” said Lindsey.