How can a baby be a hero?

Yes!  A baby can be a hero! Babies are saving lives with their life saving cord blood stem cells. These miracle cells are currently being used to treat and cure more than 80 life-threatening illnesses, including many cancers, immune deficiencies and genetic disorders blood.  Maybe, they can help you, your child, or someone you know.

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, World Cord Blood Day had a live virtual conference focused entirely on the uses of cord blood. Leading researchers presented highlights of their work, they educated the public on the latest advances and treatments using cord blood. If you missed it, or want information on cord blood, World Cord Blood has videos available for your use at no charge. https://www.worldcordbloodday.org/video-recordings-world-cord-blood-day-2017.html

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 9am EST, you can join others around the world for a live virtual conference focused entirely on the world of cord blood. Leading researchers will be presenting highlights of their work, educating the public on the latest advances and treatments using cord blood. In addition to lectures designed for health professionals,  special sessions will be dedicated to those who are just learning about cord blood. Expectant parents, health professionals and the general public are invited to attend. Below is a helpful one page summary of the advantages of saving and using cord blood. A  printout (.pdf) is available for your use:  Facts About Cord Blood

Author: Joe Baber

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