Life Line Stem Cell offers expectant parents the opportunity to donate their baby’s cord blood, umbilical cord, and placenta for transplantation and research.

These non-embryonic stem cells can enhance the life of people affected by

  • Hodgkin’s hymphoma
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Lupus

  • Cancer
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Sickle cell anemia

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Eye injuries
Frequently Asked Questions
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Life Line Stem Cell is one of the first providers in Indiana to establish an active cord blood collection program for public cord blood banking.

Umbilical Cord Blood

Cord Blood contains numerous hematopoietic stem cells that help in the treatment of certain diseases including cancers, MS, and other diseases.  Cord Blood can only be donated immediately following your baby’s birth.

Umbilical Cord

Not only can you donate the cord blood within the umbilical cord, you can also donate the cord itself.  Stem cells from the umbilical cord are used to treat auto-immune diseases such as Parkinson’s and Crohn’s.  They are also used in vaccines for epidemic viruses.

Placenta Tissue

Amniotic membrane is the innermost layer of the placenta.  Amnion can be used to repair a damaged eye surface, diabetic wounds, serve as a temporary burn barrier, and breast reconstruction to name a few.

Life Line Stem Cell is registered with the FDA.

FDA Registration Form