Hackensack, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 31, 2007
DomaniCell, LLC (DomaniCell), a leading service provider in the field of stem cell collection and storage, today announced its support of the Children's Health Fund (CHF) by participating in the CHF 20th anniversary gala dinner to be held this week in New York City.
The year's annual dinner will honor President Bill Clinton, along with Wyeth's Chairman and CEO, Robert Essner, and The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company's Executive Chairman, Christian W.E. Haub and will feature a performance by CHF advisory board member, Marc Anthony, with a special appearance by Jennifer Lopez.
Led by Honorary Chair Paul Simon, and Honorary Co-Chairs Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, the 20th Anniversary Committee will play an integral role in continuing CHF's mission and in making CHF's 20th Anniversary year memorable.
To mark its 20th anniversary year, The Children's Health Fund (CHF) is hosting a variety of events and activities to raise awareness of child health issues and the persistent problems that continue to overwhelm millions of disadvantaged children and families in America.
"DomaniCell is committed to child and family health," comments DomaniCell President, Dennis Fallen. "This is why we are in the business of banking umbilical cord blood stem cells for potential medical use by the child or other family members now or in the future. Our commitment to family health is also why DomaniCell is preparing to expand its stem cell banking business to include adult stem cell banking later this year."
About DomaniCell LLC
DomaniCell LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Progenitor Cell Therapy LLC. Launched in 2006, DomaniCell is a national pioneer in the field of stem cell collection and storage, providing innovative family cord blood banking services through hospital partner programs across the country. For more information on DomaniCell and the advantages of its turnkey hospital-based cord blood banking solution, visit http://www.domanicell.com. To learn more about DomaniCell's plans for adult stem cell banking, call Dennis Fallen at 201.883.5308.
About the Children's Health Fund
The Children's Health Fund, founded in 1987 by pediatrician/child advocate Irwin Redlener, MD, and singer/songwriter Paul Simon, is committed to providing health care to the nation's most medically underserved children and their families through the development and support of innovative primary care medical programs, response to public health crises, and the promotion of guaranteed access to appropriate health care for all children. CHF partners with major academic medical centers to deliver care to disadvantaged children in rural and urban areas. They also use our unique experience and insights to be a voice for children in need, advocating for policies and public programs that remove roadblocks to quality health care for all children.
Dennis Fallen, President, DomaniCell LLC (201) 883-5308.
To learn more about volunteering for CHF, call (212) 452-3340.
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