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Twitter Party Every Expectant Mother Should Attend – Cord Blood Banking – Insurance for the Future

Did you know that over the past 20 years, through more than 20,000 transplants, cord blood stem cells have been proven effective in treating many life-threatening diseases, such as leukemia and other cancers and blood and immune disorders?  And, tremendous progress is being made in the research of using cord blood in exciting new areas like brain injury.

Many OB/GYNs tell patients that there is no need to bank cord blood if there is no history of a hereditary disease in the family – WRONG! Learn the real facts!

When: Thursday May 26th, 2011 from 9pm – 10pm EST

Where: On Twitter! Follow Me @safetymom and #CordBlood411

Why attend?  Learn possible life saving information for your baby.  Great prize giveaways including my new book “Honey, I Lost the Baby in the Produce Aisle, The Safety Mom’s Guide to Childproofing your Life” for all that RSVP and participate in the conversation.

RSVP – To be entered to win a prize, simply RSVP by posting a comment below including your Twitter handle.  We will pick the names of the winner(s) by using Random Number Generators against the confirmed list of RSVPs.  If your number is chosen and you post a comment during the party, you win!

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13 Comments

  1. Stephanie

    @twinboysmommie Looking forward to hearing and learning more.

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  2. Sara Phillips

    @Doodle741 Can’t wait!! Your parties are always so informative!!

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  3. Thank you and looking forward to it!

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  4. @mymilkies It will be great to get new info on cord blood banking to share with my readers-thanks!

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  5. Jennifer

    Please please please remember to let people know that if they can’t/don’t want to bank for their own purposes, they can donate it entirely free of charge by going to http://www.marrow.org. Donated cord blood is saving lives every day around the world.

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  6. I banked my 2nd daughter’s cord blood 18 months ago and am looking forward to hearing what is new.

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  7. Meant to include my Twitter name @BestMomProducts

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  8. cynthia deadmon

    I will be there @diamondslady812

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  9. HappyMomC

    Will be there @HappyMomC

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  10. Lynn @livelovelynn

    I’ll be there!
    @livelovelynn

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  11. I have a friend who’s daughter is alive today because of a cord blood transplant. I’ll be there. @cvillejd

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