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Early Research Suggests Umbilical Cord Blood Cell Therapy May Reduce Progression of Alzheimer's Disease
Date:3/27/2008

eron CCEL Therapeutics, Inc. and co-author on the study. "Research suggests that we will continue to find positive outcomes from these cell therapies in this and other related diseases that are in need of significant therapeutic options."

Cryo-Cell offers an umbilical cord blood storage service to the public called U-Cord(R), in which cord blood stem cells are processed and cryogenically preserved in a safe and secure, state-of-the-art environment. Expectant parents receive a U-Cord Collection Kit when they are ready to give birth. Immediately after the baby is born and the umbilical cord is clamped and cut, the health professional uses a blood collection bag to draw blood from the umbilical cord. This process is painless and poses no risk to baby or mother.

Cryo-Cell tests the blood for infectious diseases and microbiological contamination to ensure that it is safe for future use. The cells are then prepared for long-term storage through a technique called controlled-rate freezing. Research has shown the cells are viable after 15 years, but stored cells are available for immediate use if needed. Every Cryo-Cell sample used for transplantation has been viable after thawing and dozens have been used in successful transplants to treat life-threatening conditions.

About Cryo-Cell International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CCEL.OB)

Based in Oldsmar, Florida, with over 150,000 clients worldwide, Cryo-Cell is one of the largest and most established family cord blood banks. ISO 9001:2000 certified and accredited by the AABB, Cryo-Cell operates in a state- of-the-art Good Manufacturing Practice and Good Tissue Practice (cGMP/cGTP)- compliant facility. Cryo-Cell is a publicly traded company. OTC Bulletin Board Symbol: CCEL. For more information, please call 1-800-STOR-CELL (1-800-786- 7235) or visit http://www.cryo-cell.com.

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