October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cryo-Cell International Incorporated together with the National Institute of Health has thorough research for the potential utilization of menstrual stem cells to treat cancer. Their goal is to understand the potential benefit for the treatment of breast cancer. The menstrual blood of women is a good source of stem cell. At present, menstrual blood is the subject of extensive stem cell research. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, C'Elle is having a C'Elle Breast Cancer Donation for Susan B. Komen Foundation. If you purchase “C’elle Menstrual Stem Cell” service, part of the money will be donated to the foundation. If you buy the “Protect Baby, Protect Mom” service, Cryo-Cell Breast Cancer Donation which is worth $50 will be donated to Susan B. Komen Foundation as well. When you enroll for the month of October, C'Elle and Cryo-Cell will donate the said amount for a good cause. C'Elle provides women to collect and preserve vital stem cells from the menstrual fluid. While Cryo-Cell Cord Banking provides families to cryogenically preserve their newborn's umbilical cord blood stem cells. You will make a difference for your family and help breast cancer victims if you purchase the said services.
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