The Future is Bright

Over 1000 Clinical Trials Underway

Research and clinical trials are expanding the list of life-threatening disease that may be treated with stem cells in the future. With rapid advances in stem cell research, treatment methods using cord blood and cord tissue stem cells in cell therapies will continue to expand during a child’s lifetime.

What are Clinical Trials?

Clinical trials look at the safety and effectiveness of new medical treatments, like stem cell therapy, on people. The experiments involve several different stages.

At the Discovery and Preclinical Stages, testing only involves non-human subjects. Next, Phase 1 Trials are run on healthy volunteers to determine if a drug is safe in humans. If it passes, it will proceed to Phase 2 & 3 Trials, where therapeutic effects are determined.

Clinical trials need to be approved by health authorities and ethics committees in the countries that they take place.

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Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Crohn’s Disease
Other Metabolic Diseases


Spinal Cord Injury
Cartilage Repair
Sports Injury
Buergers Disease


Kidney Disease
Liver Disease


Alzheimer’s Disease
Brain Injury
Parkinson’s Disease
Huntington’s Disease
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Multiple Sclerosis
Cerebral Palsy
Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)


Congenital Heart Defects
Heart Attack
Heart Failure
Critical Limb Ischemia


Breast Cancer
Brain Tumours
Kidney Cancer
Ovarian Cancer
Ewing Sarcoma




Wounds, Burns and Ulcers
Hearing Loss

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