How many years can a baby's cord blood be saved?

Answer The number of years a baby's cord blood can be saved is between 10 and 15. Banking cord blood does no harm to the baby.SourceStoring Cord Blood

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How many blood vessels are in the umbilical cord?

Why would an unborn babys life be in danger if the umbilical cord was damaged?

Yes, because the umbical cord is the source of babys nutrition and circulation.