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The Todd and Karen Wanek Family Program for HLHS collects, processes and stores umbilical cord blood at no cost. This cord blood offers infants with HLHS the potential to be involved in future clinical trials aimed at strengthening the heart using one's own stem cells. Contact us to learn more.
Collecting umbilical cord blood at birth makes it possible to participate in clinical trials with the goal of strengthening your baby's heart. There is no charge to collect umbilical cord blood or to participate in these trials. Contact us to learn more.
The Todd and Karen Wanek Family Program for HLHS supports education and research to delay or prevent heart failure in patients with HLHS using cell-based therapies to repair heart tissue.
The Todd and Karen Wanek Family Program for HLHS at Mayo Clinic supports heart disease education and research aimed at developing therapies to repair heart tissue.
Mayo Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment, clinical trials, support and resources for people with HLHS and their families.
Areas of research focus include HLHS imaging and outcomes, human genetics, regenerative medicine strategies, and creation of an HLHS biorepository.
Find clinical trials for people with HLHS and their family members, including genetic screening, bone marrow studies, umbilical cord blood banking and more.
Mayo Clinic researchers publish peer-reviewed articles on HLHS, HLHS genetics, cardiac imaging, cardiac regeneration and related topics.
Contact the Todd and Karen Wanek Family Program for HLHS at Mayo Clinic for research inquiries or appointment information, or connect with us on social media.
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