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The New York Blood Center's National Cord Blood Program gratefully acknowledges the following major donors to the Program:

Corporations
Baxter Healthcare Corporation
Citibank
Nissho Corporation
New York Life Insurance Company
Pall Medical Corporation

Foundations

Elmer & Mamdouha Bobst Foundation
James & Judith K. Dimon Foundation
Hearst Foundation
The Hyde & Watson Foundation
F.M. Kirby Foundation, Inc.
Kettering Family Foundation
Kowitz Family Foundation
New York Life Foundation
Sunny & Abe Rosenburg Foundation
May & Samuel Rudin Family Foundation
Walter & Louise Sutcliffe Foundation
Soros Fund Foundation
Adolph & Ruth Schnurmacher Foundation
The Starr Foundation

Individuals

Howard P. Milstein, Chairman
(New York Blood Center Board of Trustees)
Joan Kent, M.D.

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Unrelated Cord Blood Transplant Recipient Jaclyn Albanese

Jaclyn Albanese was transplanted at Hackensack University Medical Center with an unrelated cord blood unit from the NYBC's National Cord Blood Program in 1999, the summer of her junior year of high school.

   

Cord blood is an investigational product not licensed by the FDA.