The pregnancy journey is full of surprises, but one thing you can control is making informed choices about your and your baby's health. Our expertise and dedication to advancing reproductive health allow us to stand at the forefront of innovation, leading the way towards a better future for you and your loved ones. read more

At Next Biosciences, we offer a range of services to provide information about the health of your baby through your pregnancy journey. Our services include Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT), MiniMi Early Fetal Sex Test, Products of Conception Screening (POCScreen), and Netcells Stem Cell Banking have been designed to help you make informed decisions about your pregnancy and beyond.

Our NIPT is a safe way to assess your baby’s risk of chromosomal abnormalities such as Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, and Patau syndrome. The screening is non-invasive, which means that it does not pose any risk to you or your baby. We use the latest technology to analyse DNA from the pregnancy by taking a blood sample from your arm, providing you with answers to the chromosomal health of your unborn baby.

Our MiniMi Early Fetal Sex Test can be done from as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy to determine whether an unborn baby is a girl or boy. A sample of blood from the mother is analysed, and from this analysis, we can detect if there is the presence of a Y chromosome. If a Y chromosome is detected, it means that the baby is a boy. If no Y chromosome is present, then it means that the baby is a girl. For the ultimate gender reveal, expectant parents can choose someone else to receive the results, which is truly a surprise for both parties.

Stem Cell Banking is an investment in your baby’s future health. We offer cord blood and cord tissue banking. Stem cells have regenerative potential to enable innovative future therapies. Our process is simple and painless to ensure the stem cells are collected and stored properly.

In the event of a pregnancy loss, POCScreen testing is a comprehensive chromosome analysis that will help provide you with answers as to why the pregnancy loss may have occurred. Approximately half of early pregnancy losses may be due to a sporadic chromosome abnormality. Having information about the possible cause of a pregnancy loss may provide both you and your referring healthcare provider guidance on your future reproductive planning.

Next Biosciences is committed to providing you with the highest quality care and advanced biotechnology to ensure the health and well-being of you and your baby. Our goal is to support you along your pregnancy journey and provide you with some of the information you need to make the best possible health decisions for your baby.

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