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Market Analysis - Bio Bank 2019

The global cord blood banking services market is expected to reach over USD 82.3 billion by 2025, growing at an estimated CAGR of around 11.9% from 2017 to 2025. Key drivers of the market include increasing application of stem cell therapies in disease treatment, and rising prevalence of life threatening genetic disorders.

Moreover, increasing spending capacity is fueling the demand for advanced healthcare facilities including disease prevention and treatment. As a result, parents are increasingly demanding CBB services to ensure safety of their child’s future. Furthermore, private players are practicing marketing activities which are creating awareness about the availability of the CBB services and their benefits.

In addition, governments worldwide are promoting public CBB to develop ethnically diverse cord blood repository which would increase the chances of finding suitable human leukocyte antigen (HLA) match for the patients. As a result, availability of the ethnically rich CB repository coupled with anticipated rise in the stem cell therapies and bone marrow transplants, is expected to spur the CBB services during the forecast period.

In European countries the price of cord tissue banking is usually half the price of cord blood banking, whereas in Asia & Oceania the prices of these two services are comparable.

Many people are surprised to learn all the different diseases cord blood cells can treat. Cord blood treatment is already used for blood, autoimmune and metabolic disorders as well as several types of cancer.

When doctors administer cord blood therapy, stem cells are injected into the bloodstream, where they naturally move towards damaged areas. While it’s up to your family and personal physicians to determine when a stem cell transplant is necessary, the following list contains every possible treatment available to families with stored cord blood. Researchers discover new therapies every year, so this list is constantly expanding.

Associations and Foundations in Canada & USA

  • Parent's Guide to Cord Blood Foundation, USA
  • Cord Blood Bank of Canada, Canada
  • Cord Blood Association, USA
  • Save the Cord Foundation, USA
  • Progenics Cord Blood Cryobank, Canada
  • Victoria Angel Registry of Hope Public Cord Blood Bank, Canada

Cord Blood Banks in Canada

  • Cord Blood Bank of Canada
  • Canadian Cord Blood biorepository
  • Insception Lifebank
  • Create Cord Blood Bank
  • Progenics Cord Blood Cryobank
  • Healthcord Cryogenics Cord Blood Banking Facility
  • Cord Blood Bank of Canada
  • Canadian Cord Blood biorepository
  • Canadian Blood Services, Calgary
  • Canadian Blood Services, Edmonton
  • Canadian Blood Services, Peterborough
  • Canadian Blood Services, Oshawa
  • Canadian Blood Services, London
  • Canadian Blood Services National Contact Centre
  • Canadian Blood Services, Charlottetown
  • Canadian Blood Services, KW
  • Canadian Blood Services Production Site
  • Canadian Blood Services, Winnipeg
  • Canadian Blood Services, King St.
  • Canadian Blood Services, Mississauga
  • Canadian Blood Services, Regina
  • Canadian Blood Services, Windsor


Target audience:

  • Scientists
  • Researchers
  • Leading world Doctors
  • Health Professionals
  • Professors
  • Medical professionals
  • Vice Presidents/Directors and Students from universities
  • Companies, institutions and hospitals sharing their novel researches in the arena of Cord Blood Banking,  Tissue Engineering, Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
  • Associations
  • Societies
  • NGOs
  • Media representatives