New York, NY (PRWEB) February 22, 2013
Expectant parents are faced with a myriad of choices – from a birthing plan to choosing a name and, of course, deciding whether or not to bank their baby's cord blood.
Many parents are introduced to the concept of cord blood banking by their doctors, and they often deliberate banking the cord blood. On the one hand, it can be viewed as a potentially life saving insurance. On the other hand, it can be another big expense on top of other additional costs for the new baby.
To help parents with what can seem like a daunting task, M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood created a cord blood banking cost comparison chart which compares the prices and features of the major private cord blood banks in America. This resource saves parents time and potentially thousands of dollars if they decide to bank with one of the lower cost banks.
Parents are often concerned that the less expensive cord blood banks are not as reliable or trustworthy. This cord blood banking cost comparison chart enables people to get a better sense of which features each cord blood bank has so that they can see the facts straight out and compare private cord blood banks to each other. In addition to pricing information, the cost comparison chart features other data, such as whether the cord blood is processed by AABB accredited and FDA registered laboratories.
For more information: visit http://www.mazecordblood.com/cordblood-bank-comparison.php or contact Laura(at)mazelabs(dot)com.