Sunday, June 5, 2011

Umbilical cord banking

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine.

When our boys were born, we chose not to bank their cord blood.  It was partly because the technology was still too new and unknown, it was partly the cost, but it was mostly that it wasn't a priority in my mind and so got pushed to the wayside.

It's amazing, though, what can be done with cord blood.  The possibilities are endless; if one of my boys is seriously ill, perhaps saving the cord blood of just one of them would have made that trial just a tiny bit easier.

But Cryo-Cell is really interested in having folks learn more about their services, and so are giving away Baby Jogger City Mini strollers to those who enroll in their signature U-Cord service.

Since 1992, Cryo Cell has helped more than 230,000 clients worldwide preserve their newborn's umbilical cord blood for potential use against many diseases. Along with cord banking, Cryo-Cell Cord Bank is pioneering the way in research, to find more solutions to preserve stem cells in a noncontroversial way. Cord blood is just the first step in new medical advancements.

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