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As a Group, Cordlife has released a total of 46 cord blood units to date. Read some of our success stories. Our proven track record for release is the ultimate validation of our processing and storage methods

NO. YEAR OF RELEASE STORAGE TIME (IN MONTHS) MEDICAL CONDITION RECIPIENT'S RELATIONSHIP % OF UNIT USED TREATMENT FACILITY TREATMENT LOCATION
1 2002 5.5 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Sibling 100% KK Women's & Children's Hospital Singapore
2 2002 1.1 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Sibling 100% KK Women's & Children's Hospital Singapore
3 2006 N/A Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
4 2006 32.1 Acute Myeloid Leukaemia Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
5 2007 N/A Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
6 2008 19.4 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
7 2009 28.1 Cerebral Palsy Self 80% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
8 2009 38.8 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok Thailand
9 2009 30.6 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok Thailand
10 2009 11.3 Brain Injury Self 100% Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok Thailand
11 2010 14.6 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Institut Pediatrik, GHKL Malaysia
12 2010 35.0 Neuroblastoma Self 100% KK Women's & Children's Hospital Singapore
13 2010 18.7 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
14 2010 N/A Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Institut Pediatrik, GHKL Malaysia
15 2010 14.5 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok Thailand
16 2010 7.4 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok Thailand
17 2010 42.0 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Duke University Hospital United States
18 2011 29.3 Neuroblastoma Self 100% Queen Mary Hospital Hong Kong
19 2011 24.4 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Cancer Research Institute India
20 2011 35.6 Brain Injury Self 100% Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok Thailand
21 2011 12.5 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Duke University Hospital United States
22 2012 13.2 Acute Myeloblastic Leukaemia Sibling 100% Peking University First Hospita China
23 2012 20.6 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Duke University Hospital United States
24 2013 37.5 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
25 2013 4.2 Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia Sibling 100% KK Women's & Children's Hospital Singapore
26 2013 70.9 Stage IV Neuroblastoma Self 100% Queen Mary Hospital Hong Kong
27 2014 6.0 Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy Self 100% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
28 2014 33.8 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% CHA Bundang Medical Center South Korea
29 2014 33.8 Cerebral Palsy Self 80% CHA Bundang Medical Center South Korea
30 2014 57.3 Cerebral Palsy Self 80% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
31 2014 44.9 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Institut Pediatrik, GHKL Malaysia
32 2014 49.5 Fanconi anemia, marrow failure Sibling 100% Queen Mary Hospital Hong Kong
33 2015 21.1 Cerebral Palsy Self 80% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
34 2015 15.8 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Apollo Speciality Hospital India
35 2015 25.4 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Queen Mary Hospital Hong Kong
36 2015 13.8 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
37 2015 19.2 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Duke University Hospital United States
38 2015 26.0 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
39 2015 67.3 Cerebral Palsy Self 20% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
40 2017 63.0 Thalassemia Major Sibling 100% Tata Medical Center India
41 2017 47.9 Cerebral Palsy Self 20% Mount Elizabeth Hospital Singapore
42 2018 32.9 Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
43 2018 26.3 Cerebral Palsy Self 100% National University Hospital Singapore
44 2018 119.6 Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Sibling 100% KK Women's & Children's Hospital Singapore
45 2018 32.9 Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Sibling 100% University Malaya Medical Centre Malaysia
46 2018 82.8 Others Sibling 20% Klinik Ikrar Advanced Medicine Indonesia
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Some releases may be for the same client but released in different period.
The cord blood units sent to South Korea were used for two separate infusions for two children (twins).
This list shows the cord blood released by Cordlife and subsidiaries for the treatment of various diseases. This should not be used as a reference for the list of treatable diseases by cord blood stem cells. In addition, banking your baby’s cord blood does not guarantee that the stem cells will provide a cure or be applicable for every situation. The use is ultimately determined by the treating physician.

Updated as of September 5, 2018.

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