In creating one life why not save another?

It's easy to donate your cord blood to the NHS
Cord Blood Bank after the birth of your baby,
just like Bilal's mum did.

How cord blood saved my life

Cord blood can be used to treat patients who are suffering from life threatening diseases. Due to the size of the cord blood unit donated, it is generally used to treat children but research is now showing that adults can be successfully treated too.
Read more about cord blood.

Here are a few amazing stories from the parents of children who have received a cord blood transplant.

Melissa's Story

Melissa’s Story

Melissa, pictured here with her baby brother Max, was diagnosed with a rare disease when she was... Read more

Hollie’s Story

Hollie’s Story

It was quite by chance that a GP noticed that something was drastically wrong with 6 month old baby Hollie... Read more

Harvey’s Story

Harvey’s Story

Harvey began to show signs of suffering from asthma when he was only a few months old. Read more

Alessia’s Story

Alessia’s Story

At 10 days old, Alessia was taken to hospital with a severe skin complaint causing her... Read more

Jack’s Story

Jack’s Story

Jack was born a healthy little boy but at around 6 months old he developed a simple cold. Read more

Cody’s Story

Cody’s Story

At the young age of only 16 months, Cody was diagnosed with Hurlers syndrome, a rare but fatal disease... Read more

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Contact us on:

t: 0800 783 5870
e: cordblood.donation@nhsbt.nhs.uk

Bone Marrow

Bone Marrow

The British Bone Marrow Registry. For more information
click here

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