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Mommy MD Guides-Recommended Product: CBR

February 6, 2013 by  
Filed under J.Reich

When I was pregnant, i read everything I could find about pregnancy and parenting. Surprised? Probably not!

I read about cord blood banking, but back then there wasn’t much info easily available, so I didn’t know what to do.  I asked my midwife. Looking back, it’s amazing to me that she dismissed my question so quickly! It’s one of my biggest regrets that I didn’t do more research and make an educated decision about banking my son’s cord blood. I am grateful that I have the opportunity now to help more moms-to-be learn about cord blood banking and make a more informed choice.

Of the many cord blood banks in the United States, Cord Blood Registry (CBR) is the world’s largest and most experienced, entrusted with storing more than 400,000 cord blood collections for individuals and their families.

CBR’s laboratory storage facility in Tucson, AZ, was the first family cord blood stem cell bank in the world. Inside, the lab is an amazingly high-tech facility. But outside, the building is nondescript, in an almost secret location, for security purposes.

In its 20-year history, CBR also helped more clients use their cord blood stem cells for lifesaving transplants and experimental regenerative medicine therapies than any other family bank. Visit CordBlood.com to learn more about cord blood banking.

Enter here through the end of February for a chance to win a grand prize of CBR CellAdvantage banking package, including cord blood and cord tissue storage (a $2195 value). Also Join @MommyMDGuides Wednesday, February 27, for a Twitter Block Party. The day will be filled with fun, expecting mom tips and tricks, and your chance to win some prizes!

Check our blog page in early March for our next Mommy MD Guides-Recommended (and Kid-Tested) Product review: FeverAll Acetaminophen

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