5 More Cord Blood Banking Awareness Stats You May Not Know
In honor of July being National Cord Blood Awareness Month, BioInformant is releasing five more cord blood banking awareness statistics that you may not know. These facts are distributed weekly (every Wednesday) on our social media platforms, as part of our ongoing partnership with the Save the Cord Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to educating the public about the value of cord blood and tissue preservation.
In tackling an educational campaign to promote cord blood banking awareness, it is critical to acknowledge that the effort has two components:
1) Increasing awareness among parents, as well as those who support them, including brothers, sisters, grandparents, and friends.
2) Increasing awareness among the medical community, most notably among obstetricians.
For this reason, our weekly cord blood banking awareness statistics focus on both of these areas. Enjoy these five new facts and join our mailing list below to receive new weekly facts as they are released!
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