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C'elle(SM) Featured on ABC Action News in Tampa Bay
Date:7/20/2009

ns that are associated with embryonic stem cells.

Cryo-Cell has established numerous pre-clinical (non-human) research collaborations based on the expansive potential of C'elle menstrual stem cell technology to study a broad range of possible therapies to treat disorders including stroke, diabetes and vascular regeneration, among others. In 2008, the Company announced its collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), whose scientists are conducting an exploratory study of MenSCs for potential utilization in the treatment of breast cancer. This collective body of ongoing research may potentially change the types of therapies used to diagnose or treat a host of significant medical conditions in the future.

"We are clearly excited as Cryo-Cell continues to build a significant pipeline of strong research partnerships that are independently funded and that may possibly lead to breakthrough therapies for future human clinical studies," said Mercedes A. Walton, Chairman and CEO of Cryo-Cell. "We are also pleased to empower women with the opportunity to harvest and cryopreserve their own stem cells today for possible utilization in the future."

Cryo-Cell is one of the largest and most established family cord blood banks with nearly 185,000 clients worldwide. The first cord blood stem cell transplant occurred in 1988 and some twenty-one years later in 2009, over 12,000 cord blood stem cell transplants have taken place worldwide. To view the ABC News feature on C'elle visit: http://www.abcactionnews.com/content/taking_action_for_you/story/Is-the-stem-cell-controversy-coming-to
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