Public banking

At the initiative of the Polish Stem Cell Bank, a public cord blood bank was founded. Previously, free of charge cord blood collection and storage was only available at the Infant Jesus Clinical Hospital in Warsaw. Today, this service is also offered at the Princess Anna Mazowiecka Hospital in Warsaw. The objective is to expand the supply of cord blood units and increase its use for transplantation in Poland, as is the case in Western European countries and the United States. By virtue of agreement concluded with the Ministry of Health, we also provide blood collections as part of the Advancement of Transplantation Medicine Programme POLGRAFT.

Parents who donate cord blood to a public bank waive their right to retrieve it for future use. If you express your wish to donate cord blood stem cells free of charge to a public bank, we encourage you to leave your contact details and one of our experts will soon be in touch.