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Are you pregnant and considering banking your cord blood stem cells? Stem cell collection, processing & preservation is a one in a lifetime opportunity. Cord blood is collected from the umbilical cord after a baby’s birth, but generally before the placenta has been delivered. The moment of delivery is the only opportunity to harvest a newborn’s stem cells. There is absolutely no pain or risk to the mother or child during the collection process since the blood is taken from the cord once it has been clamped and cut. And collection is safe for both vaginal and cesarean deliveries.
Cord blood stem cells have already been used to treat more than 75 diseases, including numerous types of malignancies, anemias, inherited metabolic disorders and deficiencies of the immune system. The majority of cord blood transplants to date have been performed in patients less than 18 years old and have been sibling or allogeneic (unrelated third party) transplants.
With your new baby on the way, you and your family have so many things to do and prepare for. One of the most important decisions you can make is to save your newborn's umbilical cord blood at birth.
Cryo-Cell Makes It Simple.
Visit www.Cryo-Cell.com today. You can also go directly to http://cryo-cell.net/online/epip/RequestInformation.aspx and complete the requested information. Complete the questionnaire online and receive a free belly bag.
- Take 30 seconds: Request Expectant Parent Information Packet.
- Click Submit to watch 3 minute Cord Blood Movie.
- Same day kit delivery available at no additional cost.