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Cordlife strengthens stem cell therapy and umbilical cord bank in Indonesia

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Tinuku ~ Cordlife Group Limited released stem cells for clients through umbilical cord blood bank and conducted various clinical trials of stem cells in Indonesia by medically managing and applying. The Singapore-based biotechnology company serving stem cell therapy requests using the umbilical cord in Indonesia.

Tinuku Cordlife strengthens stem cell therapy and umbilical cord bank in Indonesia

"Looking at development of stem cell therapy and technology in Indonesia, we see a greater opportunity to treat various diseases such as leukemia, cerebral palsy, orthopedics and others," said Li Ming Ming, Cordlife Group Limited's Laboratory Director, Wednesday, June 14, 2017.

Not many people know stem cells or blood cells in the umbilical cord have health benefits. No wonder many mothers throw stem cells at the same time with placenta and umbilical cord after giving birth.

During pregnancy, the umbilical cord serves as a channel of life between mother and child. The blood inside the umbilical cord appears to have a rich source of haematopoietic stem cells, a source has helped to cure some diseases.

Cordlife as the umbilical cord blood bank continues to educate on the therapies and development of the world's leading stem cell technology. The company invites people more conscious to store blood and umbilical cord membranes early on as a treatment investment for the family.

In Indonesia at least 11 hospitals are currently providing stem cell therapy. Cordlife Persada Indonesia first opened in Jakarta in 2003 and partnered with ReGenic for a laboratory. The company has been certified by the Ministry of Health of Indonesia.

"Patients register at any stage of pregnancy, but we recommend they register as soon as possible so the preparation for cord blood collection is done correctly," said Meriana Virtin, a medical adviser at Cordlife Persada Indonesia.

The doctor inserts the needle into the umbilical cord when the mother gives birth to harvest the blood, then extracts it and places in a sterile bag. Once processed, layers of wires and blood are placed in cryogenic storage tanks that help preserve stem cells indefinitely.

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