And as parents, we still do everything we can to keep them safe. Including preserving their stem cells at birth through cord blood and cord tissue. But, what is this process actually like? How can it help? And are families really seeing results?
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If you’re curious about delayed cord clamping and want to know the pros and cons, you’ve come to the right place. Clamping the cord separates the baby from the placenta and it is usually done immediately after birth, but recently there’s been a move to delay the clamping process.