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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

How to Save a Life

On the eve of London's eighth birthday, we're reading bedtime stories, taking telephone orders for Girl Scout Cookies, planning on a delayed opening at Mendham Township Elementary School tomorrow morning due to the icy winter road conditions, and looking back on where Rex and I were this time eight years ago. Back then, medical technology allowed us the opportunity to "bank" the umbilical cord blood when London came into the world on Super Bowl Monday.

In the future, stem cells may be the basis of medical treatments for serious diseases such as breast cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke, where pre-clinical trials are ongoing. Additional therapeutic developments may lead to the treat of major diseases like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's. There may also be cosmeceutical applications like wound-healing and anti-aging, providing the potential for a longer, healthier life. These days, a woman doesn't need to have a baby to protect her future with C'elle. Women can collect potentially life-saving stem cells found naturally each month... we may as well get some benefit from being cranky and bloated once a month, right?

When it comes to making major life decisions, there is no time like the present. Order C'elle Now and you'll get a special limited time offer. Use code CNB200 when ordering for a special price of $499 for an annual plan ($200 retail savings), plus a bonus, limited-edition rhinestone engraved C'elle satchel. Offer ends on January 31, 2009. If you're not convinced, you can visit the web site to see and hear videos of some amazing C'Elle Testimonials...thanks to C'elle's patented technology and easy-to-use collection kit, every month holds a miracle.

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