We wish to thank Governor Ducey for his continued support
and efforts in highlighting the importance of cord blood donation within the state of Arizona.
Intel ISEF 2019: Cord Blood Stem Cells Front and Center at the "Olympics of Science Fairs" in Phoenix, Arizona
Outstanding STEM Students from Over 75 Counties
to Learn about Cord Blood Stem Cells at Intel ISEF 2019
Save the Cord Foundation is proud to announce our participation in Intel ISEF 2019! For this prestigious event, we are thrilled to have the support of the Arizona Public Cord Blood Program. Together, we will be bringing cord blood education to the next generation of scientists, doctors, nurses and community leaders.
NEXT GENERATION: Cord Blood
Students who attend Intel ISEF will be encouraged to participate in the "NEXT GENERATION: Cord Blood" program and to share this program with others in their communities when they return home. This program brings cord blood education directly to the classroom thanks to a curated selection of videos and detailed lesson plans designed with Students and teachers will have the opportunity to register for a free NEXT GENERATION account and newsletter focused exclusively on cord blood. Learn more about our NEXT GENERATION: Cord Blood program here.
Save the Cord Foundation is proud to announce that we are taking our voice to the Arizona capitol!
As part of our on-going efforts to support World Cancer Day (February 4th), we will be joining forces with the American Cancer Society on February 6th at the Arizona State Capitol. Our team will be there to educate lawmakers on the life-saving benefits of cord blood donation.
We will be highlighting the amazing work done everyday by the Arizona Public Cord Blood program, a state-run cord blood donation program. In particular, we will be highlighting the 51 (and counting!!) transplants made possible thanks to this program. This is a moment to celebrate and build awareness with those who have the power to expand the Arizona Public Cord Blood program throughout the state. Join us on the day. Let's make our voices heard!