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Complete 2015-16 Global Cord Blood Banking Industry Report

  • ID: 3035009
  • August 2015
  • Region: Global
  • 204 Pages
  • BioInformant
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The global cord blood market has matured substantially over the past few years, creating both novel opportunities and serious threats.

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The global cord blood banking industry has matured substantially over the past few years, creating both serious threats and novel opportunities. Serious threats to the industry include:
- New accreditation requirements that have increased the cost structure of cord blood banks
- A decline in cord blood transplants in 2013, within the U.S. and other geographical regions
- Low rates of turnover for stored cord blood units
- Expensive cord blood transplantation procedures, costing from $200-300K each
- Difficulty with educating obstetricians about cellular therapies
- Poor press coverage in many regions worldwide, including major news outlets

Other uncontrollable factors that could threaten the industry include: new legislation, changes in transplant reimbursement, continually evolving accreditation requirements, the potential for competitive approaches to be shown as more optimal, patent challenges for processing or transplant technologies, changes in public perception of private vs. public banking, shift in policy recommendations by influential medical organizations, and changes in government support.

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I. Abstract

II. Overview of Technical & Medical Characteristics of Cord Blood

A. Introduction to Cord Blood and Cord Tissue
B. Definitions and Nomenclature
C. Technical Advantages of Cord Blood
- (Image) Technical advantages of cord blood transplant, over bone marrow or peripheral blood stem cell transplant
D. Likelihood of Needing a Stem Cell Transplant
1. Childhood Probability
- (Table) Childhood Probability Of Requiring A Stem Cell Transplant
2. Adulthood Probability
- (Table) Adulthood Probability Of Requiring A Stem Cell Transplant
- (Chart) Likelihood Of Requiring A Stem Cell Transplant (From Cord Blood, Bone Marrow, Or Peripheral Blood)
E. Comparison Of Cord Blood, Bone Marrow, And Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplant
- (Image) Groundbreaking Years In Transplant History
F. Conditions Treatable With Cord Blood Transplant
- (Image) Cord Blood Treatment Options: Now & In The Future
- (Table) Disease Categories Treatable With Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant
- (Table) Future Disease Categories Treatable With Cord Blood Transplant

III. Cord Blood Market Overview

A. Market Variation
B. Cord Blood Banking Structures
- (Table) Free Cord Blood Program For Families In Need In The United States
C. Accreditation Standards And Requirements
1. Types Of Accreditation
2. AABB Accreditation
- (Table) Countries Containing AABB Accredited Cord Blood Banks
- (Chart) Countries With AABB Accredited Cord Blood Facilities

IV. Cord Tissue Market Overview

A. History Of Cord Tissue Storage
B. Comparison Of Cord Blood & Cord Tissue Storage
- (Image) Comparison Of Umbilical Cord Blood Vs. Umbilical Cord Tissue
C. Clinical Trials Investigating Cord Tissue Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (Ct-Mscs)
- (Table) Medical Conditions Being Investigated For Potential To Be Treated With Cord Tissue Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell (Ct-Mscs)
- (Image) Sources Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells
D. Market Penetration Of Cord Tissue Within The U.S.
- (Table) U.S. Cord Blood Banks Offering Cord Tissue Storage In 2013
- (Table) U.S. Cord Blood Banks Offering Cord Tissue Storage In 2015
E. Pricing Of Cord Tissue Storage (Global Analysis)
- (Table) Pricing Structures For Cord Tissue Storage

V. Timeline Of Key Cord Blood Industry Events

Vi. Key Processing Technologies Within Cord Blood Marketplace
- (Image) The Four Key Processing Technologies Operating Within The Cord Blood Banking Market

A. AutoXpress® Platform (“AXP®”) and BioArchive System
(By Thermogenesis, a Division of Cesca Therapeutics in Rancho Cordova, California, USA)
B. Sepax (By Biosafe, in Eysins, Switzerland)
C. PrepaCyte®-CB (By BioE in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA)
D. Cord Blood 2.0TM (By Americord, in New York, NY, USA)

VII. Strategic Collaborations: Key Alliances within Cord Blood Industry

A. Cord Blood Registry and Women’s Health Alliance (Largest Women’s Healthcare Groups)
B. ViaCord and Destination Maternity (Largest Retailer of Maternity Clothing)
C. Precious Cells Miracle and the Croydon Health Services NHS Trust
D. CarePilot and “Cord for Life” (Lifeforce Cryobank’s Cord Blood Storage Program)
E. Cesca Therapeutics and UpState Public Cord Blood Bank

VIII. Cord Blood Industry Trend: Diversification into Stem Cell Bio-Banking

A. Overview
- (Table) Types Of Stem Cell Bio-Banking
B. Dental Stem Cell Storage
- (Table) Companies Offering Dental Stem Cell Storage (Both Diversified Cord Blood Banks And Specialty Companies)
C. Adipose-Derived Stem Cell Storage
- (Table) Companies Offering Adipose-Derived Storage (Both Diversified Cord Blood Banks And Specialty Companies)
D. Other Types of Stem Cell Bio-Banking: Placental Tissue, Menstrual Stem Cells, Peripheral Blood Stem Cells, Bone Marrow Stem Cells, and More

IX. Comparative Analysis of Cord Blood Market Leaders

A. Largest Cord Blood Banks, by Units Banked
1. Top 3 U.S. Cord Blood Banks
a. Cord Blood Registry (Acquired by AMAG Pharmaceuticals)
b. ViaCord
c. Cryo-Cell International
d. Comparative Analysis of Top 3 U.S. Cord Blood Banks
- (Table) Comparative Analysis Of Services & Features (U.S.)
- (Table) Comparative Analysis Of Pricing (U.S.)
2. Top 3 Global Cord Blood Banks
A. Cryo-Save
B. Cordvida
C. China Cord Blood Corporation
D. Comparative Analysis Of Top 3 Global Cord Blood Banks
- (Table) Comparative Analysis Of Services & Features (Worldwide)
B. Fastest Growing Cord Blood Banks, by Revenue
1. U.S. Analysis
2. International Analysis
- (Chart) China Cord Blood Corporation Compounded Annual Growth Rates (CAGR), FY2009-FY2014
- (Chart) China Cord Blood Corporation’s Public Division Compounded Annual Growth Rates (CAGR), FY2009-FY2014

X. “SWOT” Analysis for Cord Blood Marketplace

- (Image) Swot Matrix

A. Strengths
- (Table) Strengths Of The Global Cord Blood Banking Market
B. Weaknesses
- (Table) Weaknesses Of The Global Cord Blood Banking Market
C. Opportunities
- (Table) Opportunities Within The Global Cord Blood Banking Market
D. Threats
- (Table) Threats To The Global Cord Blood Banking Market

Xi. Trend Rate Analysis

A. Scientific Publication Rate Analysis
- (Table) Trend Rate Analysis Of Scientific Publication Rates, By Year
- (Chart) Analysis Of Scientific Publications Containing “Cord Blood” (Source: Pubmed)
- (Chart) Five-Year Future Projection Analysis Of Scientific Publications Containing “Cord Blood” (Source: Pubmed)
- (Chart) Analysis Of Scientific Publications Containing “Cord Tissue” (Source: Pubmed)
- (Chart) Five-Year Future Projection Analysis Of Scientific Publications Containing “Cord Tissue” (Source: Pubmed)

B. Grant Funding Analysis
- (Table) Trend Rate Analysis Of Cord Blood Grants, By Year (Reporter Tool)
- (Chart) Analysis Of Research Grants Containing “Cord Blood” (Source: Reporter Tool By National Institutes Of Health)
- (Image) Density Of Research Grants In The U.S. Containing “Cord Blood” In Description
- (Image) European Sites Of Organizations That Have Funded Projects Containing “Cord Blood” In Description
- (Image) Worldwide Sites Of Organizations That Have Funded Projects Containing “Cord Blood” In Description

C. Patent Analysis
- (Table) Patents Containing The Word “Cord Blood” In The Title (Uspto.Gov)
- (Table) Categorical Breakdown Of U.S. Patents With “Cord Blood” In Title
- (Chart) Categorical Breakdown Of U.S. Patents With “Cord Blood” In Title

D. Clinical Trial Rate Analysis

1. Quantitative Analysis (Year-By-Year)
- (Table) Clinical Trials With “Cord Blood” In The Description (Clinicaltrials.Gov)
- (Chart) Number Of Clinical Trials With “Cord Blood” In The Description
2. Geographic Analysis
- (Table) Geographical Breakdown Of Clinical Studies With “Cord Blood” In Description (Clinicaltrials.Gov)
- (Image) Geographical Breakdown Of Clinical Studies With “Cord Blood” In Description (Clinicaltrials.Gov)

E. Market Penetration Rate Of Cord Blood Storage

Xii. Cord Blood Marketing Analysis: Search Terms “Cord Blood” And “Cord Tissue”

- (Image) Google Adwords Price-Per-Click For Term “Cord Blood” (Geography: Usa Only)
- (Image) Google Adwords Price-Per-Click For Term “Cord Blood” (Geography: Worldwide)
- (Image) Search Terms Containing The Phrase “Cord Blood” Within Them (Geography: Usa Only)
- (Image) Search Terms Containing The Phrase “Cord Blood” Within Them (Geography: Worldwide)
- (Table) Google Adwords Pay-Per-Click Prices For Cord Blood Related Search Terms

Xiii. Key Cord Blood Industry Benchmarks

A. Medical Society Opinions Of Cord Blood Banking
- (Table) Cord Blood Banking Opinions Issued By Medical Societies
B. Rates Of Parental Awareness
- (Image) Lack Of Awareness A Major Problem For Cord Blood Preservation
C. Rates Of Worldwide Storage, By Year
- (Table) Cord Blood Banking Units In The Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide Database
- (Chart) Number Of Cord Blood Units In The Bmdw Cord Blood Registry, By Year
- (Chart) Total Number Of Cord Blood Units In The Bmdw Cord Blood Registry, June - November 2014
D. Transplant Data
- (Image) # Of Cord Blood Transplants, By Year (Bmdw)
E. Quality Guarantee Comparison
- (Table) Comparison Of Leading Private Cord Blood Banks In The Usa (Ranked By Value Of "Quality Guarantee")

Xiv. Market Size Analysis

A. Definitions
B. Methodology
- (Chart) Percent Of Global Cord Blood Banking Market, By Segment
C. Market Size Estimations
- (Table) Revenue Estimations By Market Segment

XV. Global Analysis of Cord Blood Market Authorities

A. People: Top Five Cord Blood Influencers

1. Dr. Elaine Gluckman; Performed the First Related Cord Blood Transplant
2. Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg; Performed First Unrelated Cord Blood Transplant
3. Dr. Pablo Rubinstein; Co-founder & Director of the National Cord Blood Program in the New York Blood Center
4. Dr. Hal Broxmeyer; First to Suggest Cord Blood as a Source of Hematopoietic Stem Cells
5. Jeffrey Crouse; CEO of Cord Blood Registry

B. Cord Blood Banks: Top Ten Most Influential Cord Blood Banks Worldwide

1. Cord Blood Registry (San Bruno, California, USA)
2. ViaCord (Waltham, Massachusetts, USA)
3. CryoCell (Oldsmar, Florida, USA)
4. China Cord Blood Corporation (Daxing, Beijing, China)
5. Cryo-Save (Zutphen, Netherlands)
6. New York Cord Blood Program (New York City, New York, USA)
7. CordVida: (São Paulo, Brazil)
8. Americord (New York City, New York, USA)
9. Cord Blood America (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
10. Crioestaminal (BioCant Park, Portugal)

C. Events: Global Cord Blood Conferences & Events
- (Table) Global Cord Blood Conferences & Events

D. Investors & Acquisitions Impacting the Cord Blood Market

1. ABS Capital Partners & HLM Management
2. KKR & Company
3. Bay City Capital
4. GTCR, LLC
5. Related Industry Investments

XVI. Investors And Acquisitions Impacting The Cord Blood Market

- (Table) Industry Investors Within Cord Blood Market
- (Table) Major Acquisitions Within Cord Blood Market

A. Investors Impacting the Global Cord Blood Market

1. ABS Capital Partners & HLM Management
2. KKR & Company
3. Bay City Capital
4. GTCR, LLC
5. Excalibur (Private Equity Firm) and Christopher Evans (Biotech Entrepreneur)

B. Acquisitions Impacting the Global Cord Blood Market
1. Summary of Acquisitions
2. Strange Similarities between Acquisition of Cord Blood Registry and ViaCord

a. Sample Multiple on Revenue
b. Same Location of Acquiring Company
c. Two Largest Cord Blood Banks within the United States

- (Table) Comparison Of Acquisition Of Cord Blood Registry By Amag Pharmaceuticals And Viacord By Perkinelmer

XVII. Cord Blood Industry Analysis: Geographic Regions with Shifting Conditions

A. China
B. France and Italy
C. Taiwan
D. Ecuador
E. South Africa
F. Brazil

XVIII. Cord Blood Banking Survey: 600+ Recent & Expectant Parents (Geography: Worldwide)

A. Overview of Survey Design
B. Population Characteristics of Respondents (Questions 1 - 7; All Respondents)
C. Survey Results: Respondents who Banked Privately (Questions 8 - 25; 61 Respondents)
D. Survey Results: Respondents who Banked Publicly (Questions 26 - 29; 154 Respondents)
E. Survey Results: Respondents who Did Not Bank (Question 30 - 33; 377 Respondents)
F. General Findings (Questions 34 - 40; All Respondents)

XIX. Summary of Conclusions

APPENDICES

APPENDIX A - Existing Conditions Treatable with Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant
APPENDIX B - AABB Accredited Cord Blood Banks Worldwide
APPENDIX C - List of U.S. Cord Blood Banks, by Type of Bank (Private, Hybrid, or Public)
APPENDIX D - Global List of All Active Cord Blood Banks Worldwide

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Key Survey Findings from 600+ Recent and Expectant Parents

In addition to exploring awareness rates, this 40-question, 52-page survey explores topics that include how to strategically position your products, effectively educate parents, prioritize your marketing budget, and understand why parents bank publicly, privately, or not at all.

It also reveals the most popular blogs, websites, and apps among expectant parents, and it provides key insight into the minds of your prospective clients. Use the findings from this section to make effective decisions, create targeted marketing messages, and produce higher prospect-to-client conversion rates.

With responses from 600+ recent and expectant parents worldwide, this comprehensive survey will substantially improve your ability to position cord blood banking services.
Key survey findings include:
- Rates of cord blood banking awareness by gender, income, geographic location, and education
- Sources through which expectant parents learn of cord blood preservation
- Factors influencing private vs. public storage of cord blood
- Price sensitivity and quality expectations
- Approaches for communicating with expectant parents
- Key factors influencing the decision to store cord blood
- Parental responsiveness to health statistics
- “Tested" language for communicating with expectant parents
- And more

Key Report Findings

The report is designed to guide the decision-making of cord blood banks worldwide, as well as to advise private, corporate, and institutional investors entering into this market.

As such, it considers a range of metrics that impact the global cord blood banking market. It includes trend rate data for cord blood clinical trials, patents, grants, scientific publications and more.

Additionally, the year-over-year increase in scientific publications on PubMed.gov containing the term “cord blood” increased by 7.8% from 2013 to 2014. PubMed.gov is a global database of scientific publications containing more than 24 million citations for biomedical literature, which makes it an excellent resource for gauging biomedical research trends. However, grant rate data reveals that funding for cord blood related research has been declining from 2012 to present.

Key report findings include:
- Market size determinations for the global cord blood market
- Trend rate data for umbilical cord blood grants, patents, and scientific publications
- Clinical trial rate analysis, including comparison of cord blood vs. cord tissue frequency
- Rates of global cord blood storage (units per year)
- Rates of global cord blood transplant (units per year)
- Current and future conditions treatable with cord blood
- Probability of requiring a stem cell transplant by age
- Trends in medical opinions of cord blood banking
- Changes in legislative support for cord blood banking
- Critical events and emerging technologies within the cord blood industry
- Competitive environment analysis, including assessment of cord blood market leaders
- Influential alliances within the cord blood industry
- "SWOT" analysis for global cord blood industry (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)
- Crucial trends and unmet market needs
- And much more

Additional Information:

Appendix

This report also features an extensive Appendix that includes "Existing Conditions Treatable with Cord Blood Transplant," a "Global List of Cord Blood Banks," "AABB Accredited Cord Blood Banks Worldwide," and more.
Sources

This global strategic report is based on real-time monitoring of the global cord blood marketplace, including cord blood databases that have been continuously updated for nearly a decade.

It presents data sourced from global public databases, including scientific publication databases, clinical trial databases, grant funding databases, patents databases, cord blood storage registries, cord blood transplant registries, Google Adwords (search term analysis), Google News (industry announcements), and more.

It also presents publicly stated revenue figures for cord blood banks worldwide.

Importantly, it presents metrics and findings from the World Cord Blood Congress 2014, the largest commercial cord blood banking and therapy conference in North America that brings together stakeholders from across the cord blood market. Our team attended this event September 16-17, 2014, in Boston, MA, USA.
All sources are verifiable by third-party analysis.

The following constitute the basis for the Research & Analysis used in this report:
- Preliminary Research: Extensive secondary research based on preliminary market evaluations.
- Fill-Gap Research: Selectively sampled and focused primary research as a fill-gap strategy.
- Historic Analysis - Primary Products: Comprehensive analysis of all data for each primary product market.
- Historic Analysis - End-user Markets: Historic analysis of all end-user industries/markets, requiring technology and market evaluations, growth projections, and market size estimation of end-user markets.
- Historic Supply Chain/Raw Materials Analysis: Comprehensive analysis of data for each primary market segment.
- Data Consolidation: Merging historic end-user market data to yield consolidated primary market data.
- Cross Linking: Comparing primary market data (historic) with resulting end-user consolidated market data and calculating the variance in percentages between data sets by year.
- Variance Determination: Placing a median figure for each year with a tolerance range equal to twice the variance percentage and recording the resulting numbers.
- Projections: Projecting forward end-user markets based upon historic metrics, technology and market trends, and primary research from the marketplace.
- Variance Factorization: Consolidation of projected end-user market data to yield derived primary market data. The data is adjusted to the historic variance determinations, as above. The resulting data is verified by confirmatory primary research.
- Confirmatory Primary Research: Presenting resulting data from companies or individuals participating as research partners. Variations from derived data are adjusted to reflect primary research based consensus.
- Electronically Based End-User Surveys: Distribution of electronically based end-user surveys to a panel of industry representatives working within market segment(s) of interest. Statistical analysis is performed on collected user-response data.

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- Abs Capital Partners & Hlm Management
- Americord (New York City, New York, Usa)
- Bay City Capital
- China Cord Blood Corporation (Daxing, Beijing, China)
- Cord Blood America (Las Vegas, Nevada, Usa)
- Cord Blood Registry (San Bruno, California, Usa)
- Cordvida: (São Paulo, Brazil)
- Crioestaminal (Biocant Park, Portugal)
- Cryo-Save (Zutphen, Netherlands)
- Cryocell (Oldsmar, Florida, Usa)
- Gtcr, Llc
- Kkr & Company
- New York Cord Blood Program (New York City, New York, Usa)
- Related Industry Investments
- Viacord (Waltham, Massachusetts, Usa)

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