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Family Cord Blood Services, an umbilical cord blood processing and storage company, is a subsidiary of California Cryobank, Inc. (CCB), one of the leading and oldest reproductive tissue banks in the world. Family Cord Blood Services was founded as a division of CCB ten years ago, and today its sophisticated process of stem cell processing and storage serves families throughout the United States and worldwide. The only cord blood bank founded and operated by physicians, it is guided by medical ethics and scientific expertise in all operations. The company is licensed by PharmaStem and holds a biologics license by the State of California, a tissue bank license from the State of New York and is accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB). Its state-of-the-art facility is also registered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For more information about Family Cord Blood Services, call 1-888-828-CORD(2673) or visit http://www.familycordbloodservices.com.


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