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This post has been sponsored by CBR®.

Preserving your baby’s stem cells is an amazing opportunity for your family, where you can save your baby’s stem cells at birth so that they may be available and potentially help them take advantage of future health treatments.

The umbilical cord, which has nourished your baby for nine months, also contains powerful stem cells. These stem cells can be found in the small amount of blood that is in the umbilical cord after you give birth. By saving and banking that cord blood, you can save those stem cells for potential use in future medical treatments.

Win Free Cord Blood Banking

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Want a chance to win FREE CORD BLOOD BANKING from CBR®?

Just enter below to participate in CBR’s weekly sweepstakes. The cord blood banking package is valued at $1,650 and winners are drawn weekly by CBR.

Want to know more about Cord Blood Banking? Click here to read 5 Things You Need to Know About Cord Blood Before You Deliver Your Baby. 

Want to know more? Visit www.cordblood.com to get more details and information about how cord blood and stem cells are being used.

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