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Dr. Carlos Szajnert, Announced today his Commitment to Further Educate his Patients on the Benefits of Cord Blood Stem Cells
Date:2/26/2013

m whom the blood was collected as well as some first-degree relatives who are a close genetic match. Cord blood banking is regulated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and each year more and more parents have chosen to save their children’s cord blood stem cells. “Because of the impact cord blood therapies have in an individual’s life, I believe cord blood preservation will become exceptionally common among expecting parents”

“This opportunity permits us to further educate our community to ensure everyone is given the best and most current information on preserving cord blood stem cells, it will allow patients of ours or a family member’s life to be potentially saved”, added Dr. Szajnert’s Office Manager, Eliana Szajnert.

Alongside his commitment to educating and providing medical treatments to his patients, Dr. Carlos Szajnert is always on the forefront of therapeutic procedures as a Premier Obstetrician and Gynecologist in South Florida.

For more information on Dr. Carlos Szajnert’s practice and specialties, please feel free to visit http://www.doctorenmiami.com.

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