Q9. How long can your child’s cord blood stem cells be saved?

  1. Over 15 years
  2. Over 10 years
  3. Over 5 years
  4. Over 1 year
Studies have demonstrated that cryogenically frozen stem cells retain their viability following fifteen years of cryogenic storage. Extrapolation based upon a half-life mode suggests that stem cells can be cryopreserved for the lifespan of a patient.

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