Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Umbilical Cord Blood Banking At Cryo-Cell


It is that time of year for the renewal of our health insurance. We are already expecting an increase in premium plus changes in coverage and deductibles. As workers, we are left with no choice but to take whatever it is. Who can afford healthcare these days without an insurance? If we get sick and hospitalized, our insurance takes the tab but there are cases that having an insurance is not enough to get better. Is there a cure for the disease? This will always be the bottom line. During our meeting with our health care provider today, a co-worker of mine asked about the importance of cord blood banking. It is a process that is being done by Cryo Cell International where the umbilical cord blood that is collected from the newborn’s umbilical cord to be frozen and safely stored at Cryo Cell’s cord blood bank. This umbilical cord blood is one source of cells used in cord blood transplants that is also used to treat more than 75 diseases such as leukemia, heart diseases, anemia and a lot more.Cryo-Cell International is one trusted family cord blood banks with over 175,000 family as members. They possessed the highest levels of quality certifications and accreditations in the industry. If you want more information about Cryr-Cell selection criteria, you can visit their website at to have a live chat or you can call one of Cryo-Cell’s nurses at 1800-786-7235.


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Greg Princeton Saturday, December 26, 2009

I think Cryo and Stem cell Banking is still in and in fact it is considered as one of the most revolutionary ideas of today. To store stem cells in their original form, you need experts. PrincetonCryo is one such organization that provides Cryo Rate Freezers that not only are cheaper than market rates but also offer unmatched quality and shell life. You can have a look at their site at

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