LifebankUSA Peace of Mind Graco 4ever™ 4-in-1 Car Seat giveaway
SPONSORED POST: This post is paid for by the LifeBankUSA.
Before I realized that my family wouldn’t include biological children, I did a lot of research. A LOT. While we were trying to get pregnant, SuperDad and I discussed and agreed on many of the decisions that expectant parents face. We decided that we wouldn’t circumcise or pierce baby’s ears. We would breastfeed and rear-face for as long as possible. And we would bank our baby’s cord blood.
As a parent, I’m sure you’ve heard that “cord blood”, the blood found in a baby’s umbilical cord is rich with stem cells – cells with the ability to transform into almost any cell found in the human body.Did you realize that the stems cells found in cord blood have been used to treat over 30,000 patients worldwide? Or that it’s been shown that using a higher number of stem cells in a transplant leads to better engraftment and survival? Did you know that significantly MORE of your baby’s stem cells can be preserved by adding placenta blood banking to the cord blood collection?
Banking the most stem cells can be critical and this can only be accomplished through banking both cord and placenta blood. Numerous studies published in top medical journals have shown that transplanting more stem cells significantly increases success and transplant survival rates. In fact, customers who bank placenta blood in addition to cord blood with LifebankUSA preserve 60%-70% more CD34+ stem cells – the cells that are the most important for rebuilding diseased blood with healthy blood.
Only LifebankUSA has the proprietary technology to offer placenta blood banking with cord blood banking. We are also the only company in the world to release placenta stem cell units for transplant.
Now through December 21, 2014, you can enter the LifebankUSA Peace of Mind giveaway on Facebook for a chance to win one of THREE Graco 4ever™ 4-in-1 Car Seats!
“LifebankUSA is a pioneer in placenta-stem cell technology. Our stem cell banking program meets and exceeds the highest standards in the industry-and we are the only company that can provide access to technology that allows you to boost the number of cells you can recover after birth.”
Hint: It has recently come to my attention that not all of my readers can easily tell when I’m being sarcastic. That is truly unfortunate, so finding a solution was imperative. ^Obviously, the easiest answer is to assume that if something can be read with sarcasm, it should be;^; but that’s not really workable, I guess. After reviewing several options for a “sarcasm font”, I’ve come up up with my own system. Whenever you see italics inside carrots (^snark^), that is my “sarcasm font”.