35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: At the time of delivery, what will happen to my umbilical cord? And placenta? Will it just go to the dust bin as a biological waste?

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Answer: Hi. Yes in most hospitals thisnis what happens with them. If younwill go for sgem cell banking they would preserve your umbical cord.
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