Posts Categorized: Cells For Life

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From folic acid and stretch mark cream to body pillows and late night snacks, when you’re expecting, you have to expect to budget for more than just baby. Pregnancy can get pricey, but there are ways to reduce costs so you have more money to spend where it really counts. To help you make your… Read more »

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To kick-off the holiday shopping season we’re offering soon-to-be parents another chance to save 50% on cord blood and/or cord tissue collection kits! From now until November 29th, if you register to bank your baby’s umbilical cord blood or umbilical cord tissue, simply enter coupon code CFL50 and you’ll automatically get 50% off your collection kit… Read more »

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Since 2002, via the Medical Need Program, Cells for Life has extended financial support to expectant parents with a family member currently suffering from a disease that is treatable using cord blood stem cells. Today, Cells for Life is pleased to announce that the Medical Need Program is being renamed the Angel Canadian Sibling Transplant… Read more »

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Sleep safe tips for for babies! Ensure your little one is safe, and gets a good night’s rest.

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Summer is without a doubt our favourite season, but the jury is still out on whether it’s the best – or worst time of the year to be pregnant. On the one hand, summer temperatures allow you to enjoy your growing belly without having to worry about fitting into bulky winter jackets or a closet… Read more »

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April showers bring May… savings! This Mother’s Day, as we celebrate the inspirational love shared between mother and child, we also acknowledge the sacrifice, commitment and patience required to bring forth and raise a tiny human being. After all, motherhood is beautiful — it’s also very tiring. We know you have a million things to… Read more »

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Nathan Mumford, whose story was recently shared via the Save the Cord Foundation, is a 3-time cancer survivor and umbilical cord blood transplant recipient. Diagnosed at age 8 with Hodgkin’s disease, Nathan was given a 40% chance of survival if he underwent rigorous chemotherapy treatment. By Grade 6, doctors were able to inform Nathan’s family… Read more »