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Friday Fact: The average length of an umbilical cord is between 50 and 60cm.  An umbilical cord is considered to be short if it is 35cm or under and considered long if it is 70cm over!

Friday Fact: The average length of an umbilical cord is between 50 and 60cm. An umbilical cord is considered to be short if it is 35cm or under and considered long if it is 70cm over!

Friday Fact: Dr. Pablo Rubinstein founded the world's first public cord blood bank in 1992. www.Cells4Life.com

Friday Fact: Dr. Pablo Rubinstein founded the world's first public cord blood bank in 1992. www.Cells4Life.com

Friday Fact: More than 70% of all family umbilical cord blood uses are in regenerative medicine.  www.Cells4Life.com

Friday Fact: More than 70% of all family umbilical cord blood uses are in regenerative medicine. www.Cells4Life.com

Friday Fact: In 1992 the world's first private cord blood bank opened. www.Cells4Life.com

Friday Fact: In 1992 the world's first private cord blood bank opened. www.Cells4Life.com

FAQ: When is cord blood collected? #CBAM

FAQ: When is cord blood collected? #CBAM

#FridayFact: Of all babies born in the UK, #SickleCell Disease is now one of the most common inherited conditions.

#FridayFact: Of all babies born in the UK, #SickleCell Disease is now one of the most common inherited conditions.

To bank or not to bank? What every expecting parent needs to know about cord blood banking. #MC #CordBlood411

To bank or not to bank? What every expecting parent needs to know about cord blood banking. #MC #CordBlood411

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