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FindTheBest Helps Parents Find Cord Blood Banks
Date:11/15/2011

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Nov. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FindTheBest's Private Cord Blood Bank comparison is a trusted resource for parents seeking an accredited storage facility for their newborn's cord blood.

Cord blood storage is a costly and highly sensitive decision to make, particularly for families with children in need of certain therapeutic treatments. FindTheBest's comparison offers parents a way to make the most informed decision when deciding on a cord blood bank.

Mothers and fathers can sort and filter private blood banks by Accreditation, Enrollment type, Storage Fees, Location and an overall Smart Ranking, which is a score derived from the Better Business Bureau Ranking.

The Private Cord Blood Bank comparison also specifies blood storing methods, services offered and contact details like phone numbers, email addresses and website information for each facility, to further streamline the decision process.

Whether you're a mother who needs Maternal Blood Testing or a concerned parent who requires a F.A.C.T. certified facility, the Private Cord Blood Bank Comparison can help. With a glossary of terms, and an "Assist Me" feature for those who don't know where to begin their search, FindTheBest simplifies a potentially difficult decision process.  

But FindTheBest does more than just help you locate reliable blood banks. Before your child is even born, FindTheBest can help you find a trusted hospital or dependable health insurance provider, to keep your loved-ones healthy.

While storing life's elixir is one of the most vital decisions a parent can make, FindTheBest's Private Cord Blood Banks Comparison helps families find reassurance through a personalized and simplified selection process.


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