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Parents Recommend Americord over CBR & Viacord
Date:2/25/2013

NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Americord Registry, provider of cord blood and cord tissue banking, is proud to claim the title of fastest growing cord blood bank in the United States. The company's fiscal year 2012 data shows year-over-year revenue growth of over 1,200%. Americord executives attribute the exceptionally high growth rate to its best–in-class quality standards and the success of its robust word-of-mouth marketing strategy.

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Americord is consistently regarded as the highest quality provider of cord blood banking in the United States. The company offers its clients the industry's largest guarantee: $80,000. It also has convened one of the most prestigious advisory boards in the industry starting with Americord's Executive Medical Director, Dr. Robert Dracker . Dr. Dracker helped author the guidelines for NYSDOH policy on cord blood stem cells, is an FDA Pediatrics Advisory Committee member, and is one of the founders of cord blood banking (he conducted the first cord blood transplant in the United States). At the start of 2013, Americord was accredited by the Better Business Bureau, and received the organization's top rating of 'A'. Americord also offers some unique benefits to its clients; there is no cancellation fee with Americord, the cost of a med
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