Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Saving lives is easier than ever; you don't have to rescue someone who's fallen through ice, do CPR, or push someone out of the way of a moving bus. Do you know that you can save someone live just by simply collecting potentially life-saving stem cells found naturally in menstrual blood? C'elle is a service provides women with the unique opportunity to collect and preserve vital stem cells that can be harvested from the body's menstrual fluid during the menstrual cycle.
These menstrual stem cells are unique because they have many properties and characteristics similar to both bone marrow and embryonic stem cells; they multiply rapidly and can differentiate into many other types of stem cells such as neural, cardiac, bone, fat, cartilage and possibly others; demonstrating great promise for future use in clinical regenerative medical therapies. Preliminary research suggests that in addition to potential use by the donor, these stem cells may possibly be used as well to benefit other family members who are genetically related to the donor, such as perhaps a parent, sibling or child.
C’elle is the first available service that enables women to collect and preserve stem cells from their menstrual flow. This process is painless, easy and can be done right at home. And even though C’elle is the first service of its kind, they are not new to the stem cell arena. C’elle was developed by researchers at Cryo-Cell International, a pioneer in non-controversial stem cell research and preservation. Since 1992, Cryo-Cell has helped nearly 185,000 families to preserve their babies’ umbilical cord blood. Stem cells from umbilical cord blood are known to treat more than 75 diseases, including leukemia, anemia and lymphoma.
Calling all women, give a special give this season , preserve your vital stem cells that can be harvested from your body's menstrual fluid during the menstrual cycle and save someone live, it is the best gift you can give. To find out more about C'elle and to learn about the FAQs visit celle.com
Two days until Thanks Giving...I know that everyone is very busy doing their shopping for thanksgiving on Thursday. I went down to Fred Myers this afternoon and did some shopping done, and my goodness I can't hardly get into the isle. Grocery store was so crowded, people are busy doing their last shop to get ready for the big day Thursday.
Great will be made I am pretty sure, try not to gain people( LOL). Anyway, just in case I won't be able to blog Thursday, I would like to great everyone a