Cryo-Cell Partners With Susan B. Komen

I’ve written previously about Cryo-Cell and their work with stem cells from menstrual blood. They are now partnering with Susan B. Komen to raise money for breast cancer research for the month of October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

pink ribbon breast cancerAlong with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Cryo-Cell is working to find ways to use the “rich source of stem cells from menstrual blood” to treat breast cancer. When you purchase the “Protect Baby, Protect Mom”  they will contribute $50 to the Susan B. Komen Foundation.  This service combines C’elle with the Ucord service, which is the monthly menstrual blood and umbilical cord storage. For the C’ell service, $25 will be donated.

Unfortunately everyone has been touched by this disease, be it a family member, friend, co-worker or even yourself. Please spread the word about C’Elle Breast Cancer Donation .

If you are expecting a baby or know someone who is, this is the perfect time to sign up for the Ucord service. This can make a great group gift that lives on especially if the parents have been touched by breast cancer. I’m proud of this company that I use for the storage of my daughter’s stem cells not only because of the work that they do but the Cyro-Cell Breast Cancer Donation they are taking part in this month.

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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. Hi Connie!

    Seems like we did some commenting back and forth way back before I had to take a year off! 🙂 Anyway, nice to be back on your site and see what you’re up to.

    My wife is a BC survivor so we’re always tuned in to the many approaches to helping the cause.

    Thanks for the good informative post!

  2. Sounds like a worthy project. I wish there was as much effort in preventing cancer as there is in treating it….both are necessary
    .-= Maureen´s last blog ..TVI Express: Is It Hype? =-.