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Taburit – global innovation in health insurance

Taburit is a global pioneer in the field of umbilical stem cell preservation. The unique combination of a family cord blood bank and a public cord blood bank together under one roof, plus the insurance policy accompanying every private cord blood unit, gives Taburit a unique and significant advantage.

The cord blood bank of Sheba Medical Center is one of the first in the world to combine family cord blood banking with public cord blood banking, a combination that provides Taburit’s customers with the advantages of laboratory services, standards, accreditation, preservation and quality control at a level among the highest in the world.

Taburit is one of the first banks in the world where the standards of cryopreservation and testing practiced at the family cord blood bank are identical to those practiced at the public cord blood bank. Taburit is one of the first in the world that performs tests of the mother’s blood at delivery.

If blood is the fluid of life, then the cord blood – blood derived from the umbilical cord – is the comprehensive “life insurance”, the most practical and available that can be offered to the mother for the newborn baby.

Taburit is the first in the world to combine the real insurance for the future generation – the biological insurance of umbilical cord blood preservation at the Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer – with an insurance policy, both included in one contract.

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Taburit, Israel's largest cord blood bank, provides services of cord blood collection, preservation of the stem cells isolated from it and their insurance. Taburit operates in collaboration with Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer. Preservation of cord blood at Taburit is carried out in accordance with stringent international standards. Taburit is committed to high quality in procedures of collection and preservation of cord blood derived from the umbilical cord of the newborn.