Complete 2013-14 U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry Report offers Complete 2013-14 U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry Report on cord blood banking market - one of the fastest growing industries in the world

DALLAS, Sept. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- There is a 2100% increase in the companies involved in the cord blood banking industry in less than a ten-year period, globally. Within the United States, cord blood banks have appeared in nearly every state. Furthermore, the U.S. cord blood banking industry is the most mature cord blood banking market in the world, having the: First company to offer cord blood storage (1995), Early entrant into cord tissue storage (2010), Largest total number of industry participants (both public and private), Most number of cord blood units (CBU) stored and Most cord blood units banked proportional to population.


Executive Summary of Complete 2013-14 U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry Report covers:

Part 1: U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry - Market Overview & Outlook ( )

This section of the report considers the impact of historical events, the importance of key findings and discoveries on market conditions, and rapidly changing aspects of the industry. It is a roadmap of where the cord blood banking industry has been, what has shaped it, and where it is going. With an understanding of these relevant market conditions, the subsequent sections of this report become "rooted" and relevant.

Part 2: Expansion & Growth - Trailing 12-Month Analysis and Future Projections available in the report that can be purchased at :

This section explores where the industry is right now and what you can anticipate for the near-term future. It provides a detailed assessment of current market conditions and near-term projections. This section is dedicated to revealing, quantifying, and extrapolating industry trends, for the purpose of giving meaning projections for the future. It is your guide to understanding expansion and growth within the U.S. cord blood banking industry.

Part 3: Parent Survey - Continuing to Grow by Listening to Expectant Parents

This section is your roadmap to the future and a guide to taking strategic action and controlling your competitive position as a U.S. cord blood bank. This section contains findings from a detailed parent survey that reveal how expectant parents within the United States learn about cord blood banking, think about the process, and make key decisions. This survey is your insight into the minds of your prospective clients. Use it to claim powerful control over your ability to sell your services more effectively.

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Table Of Contents for Complete 2013-14 U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry Report covers:

Part 1: U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry - Market Overview & Outlook

I. Timeline of Critical Events in U.S. Cord Blood Banking

II. Likelihood of Needing a Stem Cell Transplant
A. Childhood Probability
B. Adult Probability
C. Full Life-Span Analysis

III. Current, Near-Term, and Projected Conditions Treatable with Cord Blood Transplant
A. Categories of Disease Treatable With Cord Blood Transplant
B. Existing Conditions
C. Near-Term Conditions
1. Human Trials
2. Laboratory Trials
D. Projected Conditions

IV. Cord Blood vs. Bone Marrow and Peripheral Blood, as a Source of Stem Cells for Transplant

V. Cord Blood Banking - Storage Options
A. Private Banks
B. Public Banks
1. Free Programs for U.S. Families in Medical Need
2. U.S. Mail-in Donation (Public) Cord Blood Banks
C. International Summary and Comparison

Part 2: Expansion and Growth - Trailing Twelve Month Analysis & Forward Projections

I. Fast-Growth vs. Flat-Growth - Bimodal Distribution

II. Growth Rate

III. Revenue
A. Flat-line growth companies (< 3% per year)
B. Substantive revenue growth companies (>25% per year)

IV. Industry Conditions - North America
A. Canada
B. United States
C. Mexico

V. Trends
A. Rates of Worldwide Cord Blood Storage (Units per Year)
B. Rates of Parental Awareness
C. Medical Society Opinions of Cord Blood Banking
D. Cord Blood Research Publication Rates
E. Cord Blood Research Funding Levels (Grant Analysis)
F. Cord Blood Patent Breakdown
G. Rates of Cord Blood Research Product Development
H. Top Countries for Cord Blood Research
I.   Cord Blood Conferences & Events

VI. Cord Tissue Storage
A. Overview of Cord Blood Storage vs. Cord Tissue Storage
B. Pricing of Cord Tissue Storage
C. Clinical Trials - Cord Blood vs. Cord Tissue
D. Market Penetration of Cord Tissue Storage

VII. Barriers to Entering the U.S. Cord Blood Market
A. Accreditation
1. Types of Accreditation
2. AABB Overview
3. ABB Accredited Cord Blood Banks
4. Current Conditions
a. Rise in cGTP and cGMP Compliance Consultancy
b. Single Entity Expansion
B. Security requirements
C. Laboratory and storage requirements
D. Legislation

VIII. Leveraging Novel Tactics for Substantive Revenue Growth
A. Strategic Collaborations
1. Regional Hospitals and Birthing Centers
a. Public Banking System
b. Private Banking System
2. Broad-Spectrum Collaborations
B. Careful Selection of Region
C. Establishing Credentials - Indicators of Reputability
(Accreditation, Licensure, Transplant Track Records)
D. Merger and Acquisition Potential
E. Multi-National Marketing Framework
F. Parental Referral Programs
G. Effective Communication of Cord Blood Banking Services
H. Rapid Integration of New Technologies
I.   Low-Cost Operating Environment
J. Government Support and Affiliation
K. Utilizing Third-Party Cryogenic Storage Facilities
L. Capital Resources

IX. Comparing to the Competition - Setting Yourself Apart
A. Ten Largest U.S. Cord Blood Banks - Pricing and Characteristics Comparison
B. Cost Variation
C. Accreditation Standards for U.S. Cord Blood Banks
D. Technical Variables
1. Vapor-Phase Storage vs. Liquid-Phase Storage
2. Cryo-bags vs. Cryo-vials
3. Pentastarch vs. Hetastarch
4. Computer Controlled vs. Manual Rate Freezing
5. Whole Sample vs. Volume Reduction
E. Corporate Variables
1. Corporate Stability
2. Scientific Expertise

Part 3: Parent Survey - Continuing to Grow by Listening to Expectant Parents

I. Expectant Parent Survey
A. Characteristics of Survey Respondent Population
B. Survey Results - Respondents Who Banked Cord Blood Privately
C. Survey Results - Respondents Who Banked Cord Blood Publicly
D. Survey Results - Respondents Who Did Not Bank Cord Blood
E. Survey Results - All Respondents

II. Summary of Conclusions


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