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Invest in the health of your children

Invest in the health of your children



The expenses increase with the birth of a child, and now, during the crisis period, the incomes decrease considerably. However, the general tendency is to continue investing in children's health.
According to a study by the stem cell bank, Stem-Health Unirea, parents are not willing to give up investments such as taking stem cells, instead lowering other expenses. The study was conducted to measure the degree of concern of mothers for children's health in the current context of the market economy.
The main conclusion of the study is that 80% of the respondents plan to continue investing in the collection of stem cells for their children, even though about half of the respondents said that their budget would be seriously affected by the reduction of the allowance for mothers. The goal of any parent is to provide children with a better and safer future, as otherwise than through long-term investment in the health and education of their children.
Parents would give up clothes and vacations for the child's health
In a top of the personal costs that would be eliminated gradually due to the budget reduction, the top ranked ones were: clothing expenses (36.2%), vacations / free time (30.4%), cosmetics (27, 5%). The last ones ranked were the expenses with specialized medical services, food or medicines. Only 2.9% said they would give up specialized medical services first, 1.4% for food and education and 0.0% for medicines. In terms of costs related to children, the premiums eliminated would be vacations or recreational costs, followed by body care and clothing products.
Stem-Health The union offers affordable prices and timely payment methods to facilitate parents' access to stem cell collection services. The total amount that parents will pay in the first 9 weeks after birth is 2,900 lei. The remaining payment will be made one year (with a monthly rate of 280 ron) or two (with a monthly rate of 160 ron). The rates are valid for 2010 and include the collection, processing and 20 years of storage of stem cells.
The study reveals that there are very small percentage differences between payment options offered by the stem cell bank. The choice is made according to the budget and financial planning, and the fact that Stem-Health Unirea has changed prices and has offered, since April, more payment options that cover this wide spectrum of alternatives, supports future mothers, facilitating access to stem cell sampling services.
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June 18, 2010

Tags Stem cells