Cryo-Cell International, Inc., an umbilical cord blood stem cell bank, is now promoting a new service called C'elle. It offers women the chance to store the stem cells found in their menstrual fluid. The collection process is done by the client in their own homes using a menstrual cup. It's then sent to Cryo-Cell's laboratory, where it's processed and stored for possible future use.
In the future, these cells could potentially be used to treat some of the leading health issues for women, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, breast cancer and (yes, ladies) even skin rejuvenation. C'elle is definitely a welcomed discovery in something that usually so unwanted.
Stem Cells from Menstrual Fluid
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