BioInformant Research on Cord Blood Storage Rates Quoted by Vogue
Recently, BioInformant was interviewed by Vogue Magazine for an article about the U.S. cord blood industry, authored by Lauren Mechling. Vogue is a fashion and lifestyle magazine that is published monthly in 23 different national and regional editions. It has a total circulation of nearly 1.25 million readers an is one of the Top 25 Consumer Magazines in the U.S.
Vogue needed an approximate quantity how many cord blood units are now stored within private (family) cord blood banks within the United States. The article released by Vogue was titled, “Could Umbilical Cord Blood Banking Save Your Baby’s Life? Inside the Pregnancy Phenomenon.”
BioInformant’s contribution to the article was this important statistic: “There are 1.9M units in private US cord banks, according to market research firm BioInformant.”
While Vogue did not inquire about global statistics, many of our readers and clients are based outside of the United States. There are currently approximately 4.3 million units stored in private banks worldwide, as of January 2016.
To view the full Vogue article, click here: http://www.vogue.com/13394836/blood-cord-banking-stem-cell-therapy-benefits-and-costs/
To learn more about the cord blood banking market, including rates of both public and private storage, view the “Complete 2015-16 Global Cord Blood Banking Industry Report.”
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