Cryo-Cell Umblical Cord Service Discount

Cryo-Cell is the leading umbilical cord service providers. They have over 175,000 families trusting them with one of the most important medical decisions you can make for their baby’s or other children’s futures. I and my daughter, who is now 10 years old, are one of those families.

As of now, over 12 thousand umbilical cord stem cells have been used to treat over 75 different diseases. I believe that both numbers will grow as the medical community researches new ways to use stem cells and more people are able to take advantage of this life saving gift.

cryo-cellI made the decision to use Cryo-Cell to store my daughter’s umbilical cord blood because my sister was diagnosed with Leukemia during my pregnancy. Also my family has a history of autoimmune diseases. I hope never to have to use it, but see it as an insurance policy if it is needed. I learned that umbilical cord blood cells are a 100%  match for the donor (for example, my daughter) and a one in four match for the donor’s siblings.

Important Information – If you are pregnant or know of anyone who is expecting, now is one of the best times to choose Cryo-Cell. They are currently running a discount on their services until June 28th. Just use the word HOT and save $725. Hurry! This ends tomorrow!

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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Comments

  1. You are the first person I know who has actually done this. I think it is a good idea.

  2. You just won an iPhone on Twitter!

    RT @ResourcefulMom: The Momfluence participating member to win the iPhone is @ConnieFoggles http://www.momfluence.com Congrats! #houseofgems

  3. It was not even an option when I was having kids…. I never heard my daughter really talk about it when she was pregnant either.

  4. I didn’t know that could be done. I never really supported stem cell research because it usually involves killing the baby, but this is great.
    .-= Jacob´s last blog ..Plans =-.

  5. I think it sounds like a great idea. There always seem to be so many diseases popping up- that is cool that you decided to do it.

  6. Hey, did you just win an iPhone? That was a good idea to do that. Ill have to look into that.

  7. Most people don’t know that stem cell research is mostly about this and little about unborn babies . Thanks for shedding light on such an important subject
    .-= Debbie Capps´s last blog ..HERMIT NEEDS GIRLFRIEND =-.