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Cord Blood Seminar for Expecting Couples

Dr Ramani

Saturday, 24 June 2017 from 18:00 to 19:30 (BST)

Cord Blood Seminar for Expecting Couples
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IF YOU'RE HAVING A BABY THIS YEAR, DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS SEMINAR

PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A MAXIMUM OF 5 COUPLES PER EVENT
WE ADVISE YOU BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.

Cord Blood Banking is a private medical service, which saves lives.
It stores the blood from the umbilical cord (after your child is born); to treat over 85 serious conditions in the future.

Conditions treated include: Cancer, Leukaemia, Anaemia,
Thalassaemia, Sickle Cell, Tay-Sachs and SCID

Tens of thousands of children suffering from conditions like these have been treated using stored cord blood stem cells.

Stored cells are a 100% guaranteed match to your child
and can even treat other family members too!

Cord blood stem cells are injected into patients and re-create the entire bloodstream and immune system. The results are astounding patients and doctors around the world; and there are hundreds of clinical trials underway to treat even more diseases and conditions.

Recently scientists have used Cord Blood transplants on Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy patients. The transplants have given back sufferers the ability to walk and interact with their families for the first time.

We are quickly and efficiently treating conditions that
were deemed ‘incurable’ 10 years ago

Cord Blood Banking is a standard practice across the world including The Americas, Singapore, India and many European & Asian countries.

Some of the world’s largest Cord Banks are in Germany and the Netherlands – yet the majority of parents in the UK have no idea this service even exists

Saving your cord cells is completely risk free and can be used in conjunction with any birthing plan as well as delayed cord clamping. More and more parents, once informed are taking the service as protection from the unknown in the future. We feel that this is not something to be unaware of and so we offer free information to expecting couples across the UK at our seminars.


SIGN UP TODAY AND BOOK YOUR PLACE. WE HAVE LIMITED SEATING TO 5 COUPLES TO ENSURE THAT EVERYONE HAS ENOUGH OPPORTUNITY TO ASK ALL THE QUESTIONS THEY WOULD LIKE ANSWERED.

We look forward to meeting you at the event

Do you have questions about Cord Blood Seminar for Expecting Couples? Contact Dr Ramani

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Knight House
202 - 208 Regents Park Road
Finchley Central
N3 3HP London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 24 June 2017 from 18:00 to 19:30 (BST)


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Dr Ramani

Dr. Ramani, medical graduate from Imperial College London, is the founder of Stemology.

His mission is to ensure that every couple in the UK fully understand cord blood stem cells; their options at birth; and the amazing benefits available, both now and in the future by storing umbilical cord stem cells.

Sadly, hundreds of thousands of couples throw away these life-saving cells every year in the UK without ever being informed on their options.

Dr Ramani has made it his goal to ensure that this does not happen in the future and that all parents are given full choices on the public and private options available in their hospital so that they can plan accordingly.

He regularly runs cord blood banking events himself but in rare cases where he is unable to attend, he ensures that the seminar is delivered by top members of his team who are able to answer all questions and discuss options in full detail to attendees.

To contact Dr Ramani please email riyen@stemology.co.uk

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