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GeneCell International, Miami’s only and Preferred Cord Blood Laboratory, Participates in The Green Baby Fair to Advance the Education in the South Florida Community
Date:3/31/2013

Miami, Florida (PRWEB) March 31, 2013

The Green Baby Fair will be geared to offer South Floridian families the opportunity to attain additional information regarding green resources and options available during their pregnancy, birth, and early parenthood. The event is set to take place Saturday, April 20th, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Little Haiti Cultural Center located at 212 NE 59th Terrace, in Miami, Florida.

“What a great opportunity to further inform exacting parents on the importance of cord blood banking as well as being able to explain the differences from these noncontroversial stem cells is rewarding”, said GeneCell’s Physician's Relations Manager, Lisa L. Reyes.

GeneCell International’s cord blood workshop is set to commence at approximately 4pm. The company anticipates to create further cord blood awareness by educating expecting parents on what is cord blood stem cells, why bank them, the current treatable diseases and future potentials. GeneCell also expects to further inform obstetricians, gynecologists, doulas, midwives, and childbirth educators on this life saving opportunity, as well as present other services from its stem cell portfolio, cord tissue, dental pulp and adipose tissue stem cells.

“We believe in offering the best support to the medical community to ensure parents are given the best and most up-to-date information in making an informed decision on preserving their child’s stem cells that can potentially save a life of a family member.”, added GeneCell's Laboratory Manager, Priscilla Pages.

GeneCell International specializes in the collection, transport, processing and cryogenic storage of adult stem cells from various sources including; umbilical cord blood, dental pulp and adipose tissue (fat) that can later be used to treat a variety of diseases. The laboratory is also involved in scientific research and development with a range of stem cells f
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