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Quick facts about Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells

Youngest & most potent adult stem cells
More than 801diseases including leukemia and other blood cancers can be treated with stem cells, such as those found in the umbilical cord blood.
Individuals may need stem cell
transplant in their lifetime.
Easy and Painless Collection from Umbilical Cord
Cord Blood Unit is readily available

Treatment Type

Standard treatment: blood,
immune and metabolic disorders
Potential treatment:
palsy, autism, spinal cord injury
Odds of having a stem cell
transplant by age 20 is 1 in 16662


Cord Blood Transplants Worldwide

Your baby’s stem cells are a perfect match4 for him or her.

Siblings and first degree family members have a high chance of a match with the stem cells.

Why Parents Bank with Cordlife

The First Private Cord Blood Bank with Storage Facility in the Philippines

Cordlife Philippines has acquired the prestigious status of being the country’s first and only DOH-registered, ISO 9001:2015 certified, and AABB-accredited private cord blood bank with local stem cell processing and storage facility. At the moment, our storage facility has a capacity to hold over 30,000 units.

Client Protection

Refund (less administrative fee) for no blood collection, low blood volume, unprocessed samples, and samples unsuitable for storage.

Guaranteed continuity of storage to comparable facilities at no cost.

Largest and Most Experienced

Cordlife Group Limited is listed in the Singapore Exchange and established as the largest network of private stem cell banks in Asia – Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, Brunei, and Bangladesh. Since 2001, Cordlife Group Limited and its associates have successfully released 71 cord blood units5 to our clients for treatment. There are over 600,0006 parents worldwide who have banked their babies’ cord blood stem cells with us.

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United States
South Korea

Cordlife Value-Added Services


In the event of a medical need and the family’s cord blood unit is not suitable to be used, the family can tap into the community bank to search for alternative matching cord blood units from various Asian countries where Cordlife operates.

Cordlife Shield

A pregnancy insurance that provides coverage for the pregnant mother and the baby from 7 types of possible pregnancy complications, 16 types of congenital illnesses, and maternal or child death.

Transplant Care

A transplant subsidy wherein Cordlife will provide one-time payment of up to SGD50,000 to partially cover medical costs of transplantation for the child whose cord blood unit is stored (autologous use), the child’s biological siblings, biological parents or biological grandparents applicable for use in standard treatment at any accredited hospital in the Philippines.

Cord Blood Network

Assisted search for matching cord blood for legal parents and grandparents of Cordlife child, tapping Cordlife’s partner registries in Mainland China.

Cordlife Care 360o

We understand your needs and concerns as parents, which is why we supplement our cord blood banking plans with Cordlife Care 360o to provide the most comprehensive care for you and your family.

Another value-added benefit that comes free with cord blood banking is Cordlife Baby Genetic Screening.

Cordlife Baby Genetic Screening analyzes the risks related to the baby’s chromosomal abnormalities that may lead to Childhood Developmental And Behavioral Disorders (CDABD).

The test screens for 117 rare genetic diseases which analyzes chromosomal sites related to chromosomal abnormalities via the highly accurate SNP microarray.

Getting Started

FREE info pack

Download Cordlife’s info pack on umbilical cord stem cell banking for free.

FREE Consultation

Have a free consultation with Cordlife stem cell banking consultants.

Price Plans

Save your baby’s cord blood for 18 years with value-added benefits for as low as P9,000+ monthly payable in 36 months.


  1. Diseases treated page. Parent’s Guide to Cord Blood Foundation. Accessed February 1, 2023
  2. Nietfeld JJ, Pasquini MC, Logan BR, et al. (2008). Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation. 14:316-322.
  3. Mayani H, Wagner JE, Broxmeyer HR (2019). Cord blood research, banking, and transplantation: achievement, challenges, and perspectives.
    Accessed February 1, 2023
  5. For details, visit
  6. As of May 2022, based on consolidated fgures of Cordlife Group Limited and its associates.