is one of the largest POS solution providers in the United States, partnering with such leading technology companies as: Toshiba, LOC, HP, Datalogic, and Oracle Hospitality.
She said at present, the NCBP
and BPI-regulated experimentations and field testing are being conducted by State universities like the University of the Philippines-Los BaEos, University of the Philippines Mindanao and the Visayas State University, among others, as well as private research and development institutions.
The mean age of the NCBP
users was 67 years, and the mean age of the nonusers was 62 years.
Cord blood units can be accessed and searched directly through NCBP
's Web Search, through Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide (BMDW), the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) and by calling 718-752-4710 or 866-767-6227.
kicked off the "Brightness Action" in 2003, an initiative designed for blindness prevention and treatment, and as a result, over 30,000 poor cataract patients received free surgeries in former revolutionary bases, areas inhabited by minority nationalities, remote and border and poverty-stricken districts.
NCR and NCBP
also announced they are inviting NCR users and other retailers from Chicago and nearby cities to a joint reception and technology fair featuring demonstrations of NCR's industry-leading solutions for the food industry.
In 2004, Catalina visited NYBC for the first time to meet the NCBP
staff that helped make her recovery possible.
Since 1999, the NCBP
has utilized the BioArchive technology to automate the cryopreservation, storage and retrieval of cord blood units.
This breakthrough was made possible through the visionary leadership and tireless research of NCBP
offers innovative and automated high quality POS solutions by partnering with industry leaders to sell, install and service superior products.
Since 1996 NCBP
has operated under an FDA Investigational New Drug (IND) exemption, the first cord blood bank to receive an IND allowing it to collect, process, test, and store and provide cord blood as a stem cell source for use in experimental clinical transplantation.
Launched in 1992, NCBP
was the first established umbilical cord blood bank to collect, process, test and store cord blood units and make them available for transplantation for patients in need of a hematopoietic stem cell transplant.