Monthly Archives: August 2017

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Have you ever walked into a room immediately forgetting your purpose? Imagine that x 10. Many expecting women report experiencing a pregnancy-induced memory haze causing them to be forgetful. Pregnancy brain, or “Momnesia”, is said to be caused by several different factors. A flux in pregnancy hormones, lack of rest, and new stress triggers may… Read more »

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Over the last 20 years, blood stem cells have been the focus of researching the potential to treat many conditions. New emerging research and clinical studies are constantly underway, investigating ways to treat more diseases. Once cord blood and/or tissue is stored with Cells for Life, you can be eligible to take part in various… Read more »

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Clinical trials, conducted at Duke University in North Carolina, are in the early phases of observing whether the transfusion of their own cord blood could potentially improve the behaviour of children affected by autism. A Canadian family from Toronto, have travelled to North Carolina to participate in the trial. When their son Noah Barcolos was… Read more »