October 10, 2014

Cordlife Philippines...one chance, one choice

What would one not do, to cure an ailing dear child or help prolong a loved one's life?

In 2009, I was a young mother to a very sick 5 month old baby, stricken with a deadly staph pneumonia, he contracted due to a weak immune system.   My husband and I wept and prayed incessantly for months while my son fought for his life.  My son is well now, but that nightmare is still fresh in my mind.

It hurts me, when I hear news of friends and acquintances dying of cancer and a multiple of other dreaded diseases.  It is painful to see some one you know succumb to a disease.  
But that need not be the case anymore, since now, hope and chances of recovery has increased. With the latest technology and advances in medical researches, surviving has been a possibility more than ever.  

There are now new cures. 

Cord blood stem cells harvested from a new born's umbilical cord have been used successfully to treat more than 70 different life threatening diseases, from cancers to blood disorders, immune deficiencies. These stem cells can develop into other types of cells, so they can help repair tissues, organs, and blood vessels, which can be used to treat various diseases.

Today, Filipinos can now benefit from these cures, with Cordlife Philippines offering the unique and highly advance service of banking your babies' stem cell rich cord blood.

If you can afford it,  seize the one chance to save your baby's cord blood.

For more information, download Cordlife's FREE infopack @ www.cordlife.ph or call them at (02) 332 – 1888.
  

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mommies!

    I know you are all curious about the helpful benefits of cord blood banking. Good news! We at Cordlife Medical Philippines is giving away FREE Halo Sleepsack wearable blankets for the first 50 mommies that will schedule a non-obligatory consultation with us within November. To register and get the FREEBIE, you may send your details at: http://www.cordlife.ph/en/ t&c applies.

    Hurry! Limited stocks only!

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