Thursday, September 25, 2008

Cord Blood Banking

Storing cord blood is truly a priceless investment! Cryo-Cell makes it affordable. Stem cells from umbilical cord blood are known to treat over 70 diseases, the example of this kind of diseases are leukemia, anemia, lymphoma, diabetes and cerebral palsy.

Your baby's cord blood is rich in stem cells, which are special cells normally found in our bone marrow. Stem cells are the master cells responsible for producing all of the mature cells in our blood and immune system. They form the white cells that fight infection, the red cells that carry oxygen, the platelets that promote clotting and the cells of our immune systems. Yet, for many families the financial investment may not be something they have prepared for—especially in today’s economy. That is why Cryo-Cell International is dedicated to educating expectant parents about the benefits of preserving their newborn's cord blood stem cells, while providing innovative, safe and affordable solutions for cord blood banking.

Cryo-Cell offers a variety of pricing plans and financing options that help families make the best decisions that that fit their needs and budget. In fact, parents who have ever stored cord blood stem cells with ANY bank (private or public), qualify for Cryo-Cell's Returning Client Pricing and Financing services.

Both returning and new clients will be pleasantly surprised with Cryo-Cell's storage option plans, as well as special limited-time offers which provide even greater savings and incentives! With a commitment to superior service, Cryo-Cell is committed to serving the needs of parents, with highly trained child birth educators available for consultation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Cryo-Cell has successfully stored more than 155,000 cord blood samples.

For parents, bank your baby cords blood with America's most established family cord blood bank, this is a good investment for the future!

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