Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Think Pink With Cryo-Cell

As I'm sure you are well aware of, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Many people have been affected by this disease. Either themselves, friends or family may have been affected.

Well now there is some good news in breast cancer research. Cryo-Cell International is partnering with National Institutes of Health (NIH). They are exploring the potential use of menstrual stem cells to treat breast cancer. They are working hard on their partnership that is underway. They hope to find a better understanding how C'elle stem cells can benefit the treatment of breast cancer.

Stem cells from menstrual blood have been shown to be a rich source of stem cells. In fact they have been the source of extensive stem cell research. There is aggressive research and development in this area. Industry experts expect that C'elle stem cells will be the frontier in diagnostic and regenerative medicine.

For Breast Cancer Awareness month Cryo-Cell will be making a C'Elle Breast Cancer Donation. The Cyro-Cell Breast Cancer Donation will be going to the Susan B. Komen Foundation. They will donate $50 from each purchase of the "Protect Baby, Protect Mom" service. And $25 for each purchase of the "C'elle Menstrual Stem Cell" service.

To learn more about Cryo-Cell and stem cell research, please visit their website. And to learn more about how they are helping in the fight against breast cancer, visit their site as well.

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