Friday, April 9, 2010

Cord Blood For Haiti

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

When I attended a parenting seminar last year, I was offered a brochure about cord blood and the company is offering me to store my baby's cord blood. Yes, I as pregnant that time so I am a good candidate. I learned the importance of storing cord blood, and it's use in the future. Let me first tell you what cord blood is. Cord Blood is blood that is obtained from the umbilical cord during child birth. It is collected after the umbilical is cut from the baby. It is being collected and stored because it contains stem cell (hematopoietic cells included) that can be used to treat genetic disorders.

Stem Cell are cells with a characteristic of growing and being transformed into a new specialized cell through cell culture. You can enroll now and learn how Cryo-Cell is making a big difference in preserving cord blood. Through their “Save the Children: Haiti Relief Fund” they will be donating $25 from each enrollment to their cord blood storage program. Now you can secure your children's future and you can also help the people in Haiti. Learn more about Cyro-Cell from the link provided.

Visit my sponsor: Hope for Haiti - Save the Children


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