Thursday, December 4, 2008

Stem Cell Preservation: A Unique Gift of Hope

With our new and high technology nowadays, we have a lot of ways to save life, thus, minimizing the mortality rate on Earth. Life is so precious that we really find any means to preserve it. That is why we are grateful for the Stem Cell Preservation, Cryo-Cell. This gives us the gift of life and the gift of hope. Speaking of gifts, this would be a perfect gift you can give to your loved ones. Cryo-Cell’s Signature U-Cord® and C’elle® Gift Cards provide meaningful and affordable gifting options this holiday season. For the 2008 holiday gift season, consumers can give the unique gift of hope with stem cell preservation that may potentially save or impact one’s quality of life with holiday gift cards from Cryo-Cell, a global leader of innovative stem cell solutions. Your loved ones would surely appreciate this gift so visit the Gifting Page for you to check more about it.

Holiday gift cards are available for the following services:

U-Cord®, Cryo-Cell’s stem cell cord blood preservation service. This is the ideal gift for family and friends who are expecting a baby in the near future and want to preserve vital stem cells that are collected from their baby’s cord blood. Stems cells found in cord blood are known to treat over 75 diseases including leukemia, anemia, lymphoma, diabetes and cerebral palsy. A Cryo-Cell holiday gift certificate is the ideal gift to be given by co-workers, grandparents, aunts and uncles to welcome the arrival of a newborn.

C’elle® is a wonderful gift for women who are not pregnant. C’elle’s groundbreaking technology enables women to collect and cryopreserve (store at a very low temperature) stem cells for potential cellular therapies that may emerge in the future

Protect Baby, Protect Mom® is the ultimate combination of services offering the best of both U-Cord and C’elle to protect moms and their newborn baby. Visit the site now to learn more about Cryo-Cell’s stem cell cord blood preservation service.

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