Never dreamed of being a first time grandfather from a wheelchair, but "it ain't about me", my only daughter is about to spit out my first grandchild in several days and we were approached about perserving the cord blood. "Best stem cells in the world", it would be "an investment into your grand daughter's future". Having the benefit of being an SCI (tongue>cheek) and student of Dr Wise's "cure forum", shame on me if I ignore prudent living in the new millennia. As "commonplace as getting your child vaccinated" they say, (vaccine preservative concerns notwithstanding). Well, it's not covered as you know, and it probably is not cheap, and the fact that I got the brochure for the cord blood bank left on my desk must indicate my daughter "ain't got bank" to pay for it. So, it's only a matter of time that I will hear, "Daddy, did you see that brochure someone left on your desk?" .....
What's eveyone's take on preserving the cord blood?