What do you think is the leading cause of death in the US? Tuberculosis, Heart Disease, Cancer or stroke - the latter can cause permanent neurological damage and complications that will result to death. Whatever it is, science is in the process of creating a breakthrough to treat these diseases. C’elle is a service that provides women a chance to collect and preserve the menstrual fluid during the menstrual cycle. There is a new research that shows menstrual fluid contains a self-renewing stem cells that can be collected, processed and cryo-preserved. The menstrual blood carries stem cells which can be used to treat more than 75 diseases and that includes stroke. The effects of stroke can be permanent unless treated quickly because dead brain cells simply cannot be replaced. That is why C'elle is here to help women grab the opportunity of cryo-preserving their menstrual blood. Let this month awaken our awareness that a stroke is a rapid loss of brain functions due to disturbance in the blood supply to the brain. The risk factors for stroke includes old age, hypertension, previous stroke, diabetes, high cholesterol, cigarette smoking and many more. But we can fight this disease using stem cells. These are similar to both bone marrow and embryonic stem cells which multiply rapidly. Stem cells may possibly be used to benefit other family members who are related genetically to the donor. For more information on C'elle, visit and browse the About Page of the site. You can also check the Order Now Page so you can give your family a gift of medical miracle.
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