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Hope For the Future

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Cryo-Cell International. All opinions are 100% mine.

Cryo-Cell is Miracles in the Making®  I would like all of my readers to help get this news to all the expecting parents they know.  Current medical science has found a non-controversial way to preserve their newborn’s stem cells without harming the child.  These stem cells can then be banked for future use.

Typically when a child is born the umbilical cord and placenta are discarded, but they are rich in stem cells and Cryo-Cell has developed a way to preserve and bank these cells for future use.  Consider these successes: umbilical cord blood has served as a viable substitute to bone marrow in thousands of successful transplants.  If a child whose umbilical cord blood has been banked has to undergo radiation treatments or chemotherapy, s/he will have access to her/his own healthy, preserved, stem-cell-rich blood to aid in recovery and boost her/his immune system.

These are just a couple of Cryo-Cell’s current successes.  Their research continues as they seek new and safer ways to enrich and preserve all life.  Cryo-Cell is so dedicated to saving lives, that throughout the month of February they donated $25.00 from each U-Cord® blood bank enrollment to the “Save the Children: Haiti Relief Fund.”

Don’t just take my word for it.  Check out Cryo-Cell.  I think you will be as impressed by their commitment to saving lives as I have been.  Then after you check them out, please tell every expectant mother you know about Cryo-Cell and urge them to enroll now. Their hope for the future needs to be preserved today.

Visit my sponsor: Hope for Haiti - Save the Children


  1. I’d planned to donate Maya’s cord blood when she was born but her somewhat, err, unorthodox, birth in the backseat of my car (with a midwife, at the taxi stand outside the hospital – it’s a very long story) and the subsequent chaos put an end to that plan.

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