Cord Blood Webinar: Dr. Elmoazzen from Cord Blood Bank at Canadian Blood Services

Cord Blood Webinar: Dr. Elmoazzen from Cord Blood Bank at Canadian Blood Services

Save the Cord Foundation and Mediware recently welcomed Dr. Heidi Elmoazzen from the public cord blood bank at Canadian Blood Services for an informative cord blood webinar as part of our on-going Share the Science series.

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Featured Cord Blood Webinar Speaker: Dr. Heidi Elmoazzen, Project Director, Cord Blood Bank, Canadian Blood Services

Dr. Heidi Elmoazzen is the Project Director of the National Cord Blood Bank and Stem Cell Manufacturing at Canadian Blood Services.

During this insightful cord blood webinar, Dr. Elmoazzen discussed strategies for improving the quality of inventory in cord blood banks as well as strategies for increasing the utilization of banked cord blood units.

She spoke about some of the factors, including ethnic diversity, total nucleated cell (TNC) count, processing parameters, HLA typing (resolution and NIMA) as well as accreditation, that play an important role in the selection of cord blood units for transplant.

Dr. Emoazzen’s presentation also examined recent data regarding the Cord Blood Unit Utilization Score (Magalon et al., 2015) and how to apply it in a given cord blood inventory.

If you are a health professional or work in the cord blood industry, we highly recommend taking a little time today to watch the live recording of this cord blood webinar (available online here).

Likewise, please join our professional community at Save the Cord Foundation where we keep you in the loop on the latest research, best practices and key events in cord blood industry.


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Discover some of our other articles that give an in-depth view of the cord blood research and best practices:

Morey Kraus Discusses Cord Tissue Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine

Morey Kraus Discusses Cord Tissue Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine

Together with our friends at BioInformant, we recently spoke with Morey Kraus, Chief Scientific Officer at PerkinElmer/Viacord, about the importance of cord tissue stem cells in regenerative medicine.

We caught up with Mr. Kraus during the 2016 Perinatal Stem Cell Conference in Aspen, Colorado. Kraus was one of the main speakers at this event where he presented:

“Phenotypic and Functional Characterization Perinatal Stem Cells Isolated from Umbilical Cord Tissue”

The presentation was mainly for researchers and other experts in the cord blood or regenerative medicine field. However, the key point of this presentation is very relevant to parents who are considering whether or not to save their baby’s cord blood.  Kraus’ research underscores the important role of cord blood and umbilical cord tissue stem cells in regenerative medicine.

We asked Mr. Kraus to give us a quick overview of his presentation in simple terms so that parents everywhere could hear for themselves what makes these stem cells special and why we should save them. Watch this quick 2 minute interview and get the facts on cord tissue stem cells:

Video Cord Tissue Stem Cells with Morey Kraus

News Flash! It is not just a baby’s cord blood that has life-saving qualities. Scientists value perinatal stem cells in general and encourage parents to preserve as many of these cells as possible, including cord tissue.

If you are taking the first step in saving cord blood, consider also saving the other perinatal stem cells such as cord tissue. Not all family banks or donation programs offer this option currently but it is a growing trend because scientists are finding more and more uses for these valuable cells.
Give life twice. #SAVETHECORD

We wish to thank Morey Kraus and the Perinatal Stem Cell Society for their help in making this project possible. 

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CBA Announces Zika Virus Guidelines

CBA Announces Zika Virus Guidelines

February 12th, 2016

UPDATE: The Cord Blood Association (CBA) has issued interim guidelines on Zika virus screening during the cord blood collection process.

We are sharing these guidelines here so that members of our Professional Community at Save the Cord Foundation can stay on top of this developing situation.

To view the CBA guidelines, please follow this link:

http://www.cb-association.org/cord-blood-association-issues-guidelines-for-zika-virus-screening 

We will update this post as more information on the Zika virus is made available.

 


 

 

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Women in STEM: Honoring Dr. Eliane Gluckman

Women in STEM: Honoring Dr. Eliane Gluckman

The United Nations recently declared February 11th as “International Day of Women and Girls in Science.”  Save the Cord Foundation is proud to celebrate this important day focused on women in STEM by honoring Dr. Eliane Gluckman, cord blood transplant pioneer and visionary.

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Dr. Eliane Gluckman

Dr. Eliane Gluckman is a living legend. She successfully performed the world’s first cord blood transplant in 1988 with her colleague Hal Broxmeyer, PhD. Since that revolutionary moment, more than 35,000 cord blood transplants have been performed worldwide. Today, cord blood stem cells are recognized as viable treatment in 80+ diseases.

Dr. Gluckman paved the way for entire fields of medicine including research in cerebral palsy, autism, hearing loss, perinatal stroke, traumatic brain injury, diabetes, HIV and even sports medicine. In particular, her work has had major implications on how high risk cancer patients are treated as cord blood stem cells are often used in lieu of bone marrow stem cells for various reasons.

Her work has opened so many doors of opportunity to other scientists and doctors around the world. It is fair to say that her discoveries have already helped today’s generation of doctors and patients in amazing ways. However, the potential for the next generation of scientists and doctors is limitless thanks to her research. We are witnessing a real shift in medicine thanks to visionaries like Dr. Gluckman.

A key component of Dr. Gluckman’s work has been to establish groups like Eurocord and Netcord who have helped not only promote research and awareness but have been instrumental in providing guidance to this growing industry which Dr. Gluckman’s work essentially created.


Dr. Gluckman has received many honors including:

  • Ham-Wasserman-Lecture of the American Society of Hematology in 2001 and recognized as a Legend in Hematology by the American Society of Hematology;
  • Légion d’honneur and the Ordre du mérité in France;
  • Honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Basel in 2005.

Having published more than 800 articles in peer reviewed international journals, her work continues to have great impact on . . .

Stem Cell Transplantation, Aplastic Anemia, Fanconi Anemia, congenital bone marrow failure, hemoglobin disorders, hematopoiesis and umbilical cord blood (biology, transplantation and innovative therapies)
(source: Eurocord)

To learn more about Dr. Eliane Gluckman and her work, please explore these sites:


To learn more about International Day of Women and Girls in Science, please visit the official website of the United Nations.

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If you are pregnant, please plan as soon as possible to discuss cord blood preservation options with your doctor. Whether you choose to donate your baby’s cord blood or to privately bank it, this is a personal choice (explore your options to donate or privately bank here). However, please do not throw this valuable medical resource away.

Give life twice. #SaveTheCord. 

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NEWS: TechKnow Al Jazeera Goes Behind the Scenes of the Cord Blood Transplant Process

NEWS: TechKnow Al Jazeera Goes Behind the Scenes of the Cord Blood Transplant Process

Dr. Shini Somara and the team from TechKnow Al Jazeera went behind the scenes of the cord blood transplant process in this fascinating story of baby Grace Matthews.

Al Jazeera’s Dr. Shini Somara, heads to Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center in North Carolina to follow little baby Grace Matthews throughout this procedure performed by Dr. Kurtzberg and documents the entire cord blood transplant process.

This video is excellent. The TechKnow Al Jazeera team goes into the details of the cord blood collection and the truly amazing cord blood transplant process. They explain how this fascinating science is going to help baby Grace hopefully combat brain damage caused by hydrocephalus, or water on the brain, a condition characterised by a fluid build-up causing swelling of the head.

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We have spoken with Dr. Kurtzberg many times and we know little Grace Mathews’ story very well, but we felt that this investigative report of the cord blood transplant process done by TechKnow Al Jazeera deserved to be shared (visit the TechKnow official site or join on them on Twitter #AJTECHKNOW ).

How will this help baby Grace? Dr. Kurtzberg explains:

We hope that it’s going to rescue her brain from some of the effects of the pressure from the hydrocephalus she had when she was in utero.

TechKnow Aljazeera and Dr. Somara follow Dr. Kurtzberg into the laboratory to see how the team at Duke University Stem Cell Laboratory prepare Grace’s cord blood unit for transplant. The process is timely! Once the cord blood is removed from storage is must be thawed, remixed and analyzed. . . all in 90 minutes! Then, quickly and carefully the cord blood unit is transferred by courrier to the hospital where baby Grace is waiting.

It is an emotional journey but one that shows how beneficial cord blood can be to your baby, a member of your family or even a stranger.

This is a must see video for any parent wondering about cord blood and how it could possibly help their family.

Please watch and share.

Give life twice. #SAVETHECORD

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Join the cord blood movement! Help us reach parents, doctors, nurses and midwives around the world with this information. We are living in exciting times and medicine is changing. . . for the better.

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The BUZZ: Cord Blood in Regenerative Medicine and Sports Medicine

The BUZZ: Cord Blood in Regenerative Medicine and Sports Medicine

Perhaps you’ve heard the buzz already regarding cord blood in regenerative medicine and sports medicine?

The use of stem cells in sports medicine is nothing new.  There are quite a few sports celebrities out there who have undergone treatments using adult stem cells. Yet, the use of cord blood and perinatal stem cells for sports injuries could open a new door of possibilities for those weekend warriors and professional athletes who find themselves desperate for treatment following an accident.  Meanwhile, using cord blood in regenerative medicine is showing real promise in treating cerebral palsy, hearing loss, autism. . . the list goes on. This is in addition to the 80+ diseases that doctors are already treating with cord blood stem cells, namely blood cancers.  Parents and medical professionals throughout the world need to be aware of the advances in regenerative medicine and sports medicine using cord blood and perinatal stem cells.

Recently, Save the Cord Foundation was pleased to interview Kyle Cetrulo, President of the Perinatal Stem Cell Society, about many of the current uses for cord blood and perinatal stem cells as well as the exciting research happening with regards to cerebral palsy. Many of the top experts in these areas will be speaking at the Perinatal Stem Cell Conference 2016, in which Save the Cord Foundation is also proud to be participating.

Video Cord Blood and Regenerative Medicine

During our interview, Mr. Cetrulo reminded our viewers how quickly the use of cord blood stem cells has developed and changed the way we treat numerous illnesses and diseases, in particular blood cancers.  Mr. Cetrulo has been working in the industry since the early days of cord blood transplants. He recalled early meetings in the 1990’s amongst the pioneers in this field where it was big news to have “one adult received a cord blood transplant” or “a sibling received a cord blood transplant.”

Times have indeed changed as we can proudly say that there have been more than 30,000 cord blood transplants worldwide since the first ever transplant in 1988. Today, doctors are using cord blood stem cells to treat a wide variety of diseases including sickle cell, lymphoma and leukemia.  Doctors are also beginning to use cord blood and perinatal stem cells in sports medicine for things like knee injuries.  We are witnessing a shift in medicine. We are seeing doctors learn how to truly repair damage, not just treat the symptoms.

Mr. Cetrulo feels strongly about the use of cord blood in regenerative medicine and, in particular, perinatal stem cells in sports medicine.

For this reason, he has put together a first of its kind panel discussion on this very topic to be hosted during the Perinatal Stem Cell Conference 2016.

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Perinatal Stem Cell Conference 2016: Sports Medicine Panel (Source: Perinatal Stem Cell Conference)

Mr. Cetrulo is also quite passionate about his advice to parents with regards to saving cord blood and perinatal stem cell tissues. He describes how he saved his children’s cord blood and related perinatal tissues (to the extent possible at the time) when they were born. He talks about the heartbreaking calls he receives from parents who wish they had saved their child’s cord blood at birth so that they could participate in a clinical trial now for things like cerebral palsy or autism.

In particular, Mr. Cetrulo cites the recent work of Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg (recently featured in our Share the Science series) who has made tremendous advances in using cord blood to potentially treat cerebral palsy. Indeed, Save the Cord Foundation has featured one of the children she treated, Luke Fryar, who received his cord blood transplant at 15 months and has shown dramatic recovery ever since. Examples like this demonstrate the importance of cord blood in regenerative medicine.

Cord blood research is moving quickly. At times, we have the impression that it is the “cure all.” It is not. However, it is clearly a valuable medical resource. It is not unlike bone marrow in this respect.  Both are used to treat cancers. Both may be used to treat a patient for a variety of illnesses. However, both are not collected or stored in the same manner. Bone marrow donors swab their cheek and wait to see if one day they are called to help a patient in need. In complete contrast, cord blood and the various perinatal tissues are thrown away in the majority of births unless they are collected and stored cryogenically. Clearly, throwing cord blood away is a waste — a waste of a very valuable medical resource.  This resource could help you, a member of your family or a stranger in need.

We hope that parents and doctors will watch this interview with Mr. Cetrulo and consider all of the current applications for cord blood to treat 80+ diseases as well as the numerous potential applications using cord blood in regenerative medicine and sports medicine.

Give life twice. Save the cord.
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*We wish to thank the Perinatal Stem Cell Society for making this interview possible. For more information on the 2016 Perinatal Stem Cell Conference, please click here.

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Share the Science with Dr. Michael Chez:  Using Autologous Cord Blood in Autism

Share the Science with Dr. Michael Chez: Using Autologous Cord Blood in Autism

(Update: This event has passed. If you would like additional information on this particular presentation, please contact Save the Cord Foundation.)

Latest Research on Using Cord Blood for Autism:  On February 19th, 2016 we will have the pleasure of hosting Dr. Michael Chez, director of Pediatric Research at Sutter Neurological Research Consortium and director of the Pediatric Epilepsy and Autism programs in Sutter Health’s Sacramento Region, for an exclusive Share the Science event during the BMT Tandem Meetings 2016 in Hawaii.

READ THE PRESS RELEASE: BMT Tandem Share the Science press release 

We are really looking forward to this presentation because Dr. Chez will present some early insight into his groundbreaking research involving the first US clinical trials using cord blood to potentially treat autism.

Dr. Chez will discuss new clinical applications for using stem cell therapies and autologous cord blood to potentially treat autism (autologous cord blood is your own cord blood).

This Share the Science presentation will take place during the BMT Tandem Meetings 2016 (registration is required):

EXCLUSIVE LIVE EVENT: Hawaii Convention Center, Ballroom A
Honolulu, HI | Friday, February 19th, 2016 | 7:00 – 8:30 a.m. Hawaiian Standard Time

REGISTER HERE for Share the Science with Dr. Chez

 


Would you like to join us for our next Share the Science webinar? It’s easy. Simply click here and register.

You can also enjoy free access to our full archive of previous presentations from leading experts like Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg from Duke, Michael Boo from NMDP, Kate Girard who is Director of Clinical Affairs at Viacord and many more.


 

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Share the Science with Dr. Baumgartner: Focus on Stroke & Hearing Loss

Share the Science with Dr. Baumgartner: Focus on Stroke & Hearing Loss

Latest Research on Using Cord Blood for Perinatal Stroke & Acquired Hearing Loss:  On December 2nd, 2015, we had the pleasure to welcome Dr. James Baumgartner as our featured speaker on Share the Science. Dr. Baumgartner is the Surgical Director of the Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Center at the Florida Hospital for Children. His presentation focused on preclinical data supporting the use of cord blood to treat acquired nervous system injury, and describe two ongoing clinical trials using autologous cord blood to treat acquired hearing loss and perinatal stroke in children.

Dr. Baumgartner’s research is truly changing the way we do medicine. Normally, there are no reparative treatment options available for perinatal stroke or hearing loss acquired early in life.  Instead, treatment is usually focused on management options to improve the function of the brain or injured cochlea. However, Dr. Baumgartner’s pre-clinical data suggests that progenitor cell infusions may allow for at least partial repair of these acquired central nervous system injuries. Human umbilical cord blood is an available stored progenitor cell population available for therapeutic use.

In this webinar Dr. Baumgartner presents the pre-clinical data supporting the use of cord blood to treat acquired nervous system injury, and describe two ongoing clinical trials using autologous cord blood to treat acquired hearing loss and perinatal stroke in children.

This webinar is now available in our archive.

  • Recorded Webinar with Dr. James Baumgartner:  Autologous Cord Blood Stem Cell Applications for Pediatric Stroke and Acquired Hearing Loss (Go to archive.)
    Watch the recorded webinar to hear Dr. James Baumgartner, Surgical Director, Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Center, Florida Hospital for Children, speak about using cord blood to treat acquired hearing loss and perinatal stroke in children.

 


 

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You can also enjoy free access to our full archive of previous presentations from leading experts like Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg from Duke, Michael Boo from NMDP, Kate Girard who is Director of Clinical Affairs at Viacord and many more.


 

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Share the Science with Dr. Susana Gomez from Anthony Nolan UK: Quality Cord Blood Banking

Share the Science with Dr. Susana Gomez from Anthony Nolan UK: Quality Cord Blood Banking

On October 15th, 2015, Dr. Susana Gomez from Anthony Nolan UK – Cell Therapy Center (visit site) in the UK joined for an in-depth discussion on quality in cord blood collection.  Dr. Susana Gomez spoke about the important role that cord blood banks play in stem cell transplantation, the quality assays and standards that must be met, and the importance of the validations and qualification processes.

Susana Gomez from Anthony Nolan Foundation on Share the Science

Share the Science featuring Dr Susana Gomez from the Anthony Nolan Foundation

Since 2008, Dr. Susana G. Gomez has served as head of cord blood bank at Anthony Nolan UK – Cell Therapy Centre (ANCTC), which is a FACT NetCord accredited facility in Nottingham (UK). She is also the designated individual (DI) for the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) license, and she has a Visiting Fellow in College of Science in Nottingham Trent University.

Dr. Gomez, who has a Ph.D. in heamatotoxicity, started her career at the Andalusian Centre for Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine (CABIMER). She has been involved in clinical trials and has extensive experience in mesenchymal stem cell research as well as GMP compliance.

Quality in cord blood collection and processing is a hot topic in the industry currently as new standards are being established and some debated.  Dr. Gomez addressed many of these issues via her data-based presentation which gave tremendous insight into the current standard for cord blood collection as well as opportunities to improve standards throughout the industry. For new and old cord banks alike, this presentation provided an opportunity to ask how and why to improve. Dr. Gomez shared numerous examples from her own professional experience in explaining how challenges might be met.

This Share the Science webinar is now available in our archive.


 

Would you like to join us for our next Share the Science webinar? It’s easy. Simply click here and register.

You can also enjoy free access to our full archive of previous presentations from leading experts like Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg from Duke, Michael Boo from NMDP, Kate Girard who is Director of Clinical Affairs at Viacord and many more.


 

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Cord Blood Uses and Innovations with Dr. Curtis Cetrulo

Cord Blood Uses and Innovations with Dr. Curtis Cetrulo

For parents all around the world, it starts with a question. . . should I save my baby’s cord blood? To help answer this question we sat down with Dr. Curtis Cetrulo (Former Professor OB/GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine Tufts University School of Medicine) to learn about the current cord blood uses and innovations while getting a bit of insight on what the future holds for cord blood.  This discussion blew our minds and we talk with cord blood experts every day!

In this fast-paced 15 minute interview, Dr. Cetrulo took this very technical topic and put things into simple layman’s terms. He also opened our eyes to the latest research using perinatal stem cells, including cord blood stem cells.
FACT CHECK:
What are perinatal stem cells? You often here us talking about cord blood stem cells but what does the term “perinatal stem cells” mean? “Perinatal stem cell sources include: amnion, amniotic fluid, cord blood, cord tissue/wharton’s jelly, as well as placental blood and placental tissue. Perinatal stem cells are formed around the time of birth and are classified as adult stem cells but they really are more primitive then stem cells found in bone marrow or adipose tissue or other traditional sources of adult stem cells and as such, have greater therapeutic potential.” (Source: http://perinatalstemcells.com/about/ , accessed on October 31, 2015)

If you are a parent looking for guidance and clarification on what to do with your child’s cord blood, please take a few minutes to watch this video. It is like having a personal consultation with your OBGYN. Dr. Cetrulo takes the time to speak with honestly about the changing world of medicine and why you should save your baby’s cord blood and cord tissue.


Topics covered in this interview include:

  • the numerous cord blood uses and innovations including the diseases currently being treated with cord blood stem cells;
  • potential use of cord blood stem cells for treating heart attacks;
  • key questions like “should I save my baby’s cord blood?” Dr. Cetrulo gives his advice to today’s parents;
  • current research and recent breakthroughs involving cord blood: using cord blood to help the brain by treating cerebral palsy, autism, current and potential applications of cell therapy in regenerative medicine;
  • related medical discoveries that will reshape the face of medicine including the recent discovery of fetal stem cells in the mother’s blood circulation up to 25 years post-birth;
  • a brief introduction to the upcoming Perinatal Stem Cell Conference (March 2016) where these topics and much more will be discussed.

We found this discussion beneficial on so many levels. We talk to parents every day who are just beginning to learn about cord blood and the possibilities for preserving it. Many are not aware of the 80+ diseases currently being treated with cord blood stem cells including sickle cell anemia, leukemia, lymphomas and various blood cancers. However, the insight provided by Dr. Cetrulo about the new applications of cord blood with regards to heart attacks, brain development and regenerative medicine adds a whole new level of urgency to making cord blood preservation a standard form of care in maternities worldwide. Medicine is changing rapidly thanks to stem cell based therapies and non-controversial perinatal stem cells (namely cord blood stem cells) are at the forefront of this change.
 
As we begin preparations for the Annual Perinatal Stem Cell Conference in March 2016, this discussion with Dr. Cetrulo has given us a preview to what topics will be discussed. Undoubtedly, the use of perinatal stem cells in regenerative medicine will be one of the most talked about topics. In particular, we are looking forward to hearing more about how perinatal stem cells are being used in sports medicine. On Thursday evening, March 3rd, there will be a panel of leading sports medicine surgeons and stem cell practitioners dedicated to this topic, including Dr. Cetrulo’s son who is a Surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital. The “Sports Medicine Panel” is free and open to the public so we would like to encourage you to attend.  This is a prime opportunity to meet the doctors and researchers who are pushing for real breakthroughs in medicine and are finding immediate applications for perinatal stem cells in sports medicine.  
 
If you would like to learn more about perinatal stem cells or are interested in attending the annual conference, please visit: http://perinatalstemcells.com/annual-conference/agenda/

Save the Cord Foundation wishes to thank Dr. Cetrulo and the entire team at the Perinatal Stem Cell Society for making this interview possible. 

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