- A mothers decision to bank her baby’s umbilical cord blood, has resulted in a perfect sibling match for her 4 year old daughter fighting acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.
- The health of a 3 year old boy improves after using his sisters cord blood stem cells to treat the blood disorder Thalassemia. The stem cell transplant means he may not need blood transfusions for the rest of his life. *This treatment is not an approved use within Australia.
- Neurosurgeon studies the role of cord blood in treating the nerve cells of babies who have suffered a Stroke around time of birth. * This is an experimental treatment that is not currently approved in Australia. There is no guarantee that experimental treatments will be available in Australia in the future.
- Treating Autism with cord blood stem cells for this young man has proven to be extremely successful. Diagnosed with Autism at the age of two he underwent a cord blood infusion (stem cell therapy) at age 8 with overnight results. *These treatments are not currently approved for use in Australia
- A 3 year old girl who suffered an unfortunate brain injury was given a re-infusion of her own cord blood stem cells. The stem cell therapy usually used to treat blood cancers has given her a better quality of life. *These treatments are not currently approved for use in Australia
- Mum banked her son's cord blood at birth and he was later infused with these stem cells in an experimental Cerebral Palsy treatment. *These treatments are not currently approved for use in Australia.
- Peyton was just one year old when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour and later had a Stroke. She received her own cord blood stem cells as experimental treatment. *These treatments are not currently approved for use in Australia.
- Baby girl born to save her brother. The future is now hopeful for a 6 year old boy with terminal Leukaemia, thanks to his baby sister's umbilical cord blood stem cells that are a suitable donor match.