Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Cord Blood Banking for LESS

Cord blood saves lives. It is known to treat over 75 diseases and have been used in over 12,000 transplants worldwide. Medical researchers are exploring new uses for umbilical cord blood stem cells for tomorrow, including diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

To all the expectant mothers out there, I am encouraging you to invest in your child's future health. Bank your baby's cord blood with Cryo-Cell, the America's Most Established Family Cord Blood Bank. By banking your baby's cord blood, your baby will have a source of stem cells that will be an exact match and with no risk of rejection, should there be a need. Clinical studies demonstrate that stem cell transplants are twice as successful when the stem cells come from a family member. Banking your baby's cord blood is a decision that will be beneficial for the whole family.

I know that financial situations can affect your decision in banking your baby's cord blood. Cryo-Cell also understands the need to balance the family's budget that is why they are offering an exclusive premium family service, "Protect Baby, Protect Mom" for a special UCORD pricing of $995 for processing, testing and first year of storage. You can avail of this extended sale until July 31st by enrolling online and using the promotional code 995PS. You can also choose to enroll in the Signature UCORD Service and Exclusive C’elle Service, for One Low Price! Best Value! $1299. Use Promo code: P2PS

This is a limited offer from C'elle International. Act now and make the most important decision for your family's future health.



shydub said...

Im glad we got this one, very in need ta ug aloy para banko sa cord blood ato anak hehehehe. wala na gni ta pangshooping ani lupig pay kada adlaw gi hold up waaa

Jacris said...

Nice post sis!

Dana Telecom said...

Thanks for the info.

hope's hopes said...

We need a social campaign to educate general public about the benefits of core blood banking.
The umbical cord blood cells, collected during the birth of a child are stored in liquid nitrogen and can last for 15 years.
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