Atta and Aurel Decide to Save Baby A’s Umbilical Cord, What’s the Use? – Celebrity couple Aurel Hermansyah and Atta Halilintar have just been blessed with their first child, Ameena Hanna Nur Atta on February 22, 2022.

As new parents, both are determined to give the best for the baby, including his health. For that reason, Aurel and Atta decided to keep Ameena’s umbilical cord at the Celltech Bank Stemcell Vinski Tower.

Corporate Communications Director of Vinski Tower, Aci Pada, Atta and Aurel’s decision to save their umbilical cord was the right choice.

“Saving the baby’s umbilical cord is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, namely during childbirth or during a cesarean section,” said Aci, quoted from a press release, Wednesday (2/3/2022).

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Atta and Aurel (Doc. Deby Vinski)
Atta and Aurel (Doc. Deby Vinski)

Furthermore, the owner of the Celltech Bank Stem Cell Vinski Tower, Prof. dr. Deby Vinski said that his party had communicated with Atta and Aurel regarding the process of storing Baby A’s umbilical cord and explained the benefits.

“Yes, I had time to chat with Aurel on WhatsApp. Of course Aurel also understands, especially the benefits. I consider this young generation, Atta and Aurel, to have set an example, that they store it in this stem cell bank,” explained the woman who is also the Director of the Master of Antiaging International. the University of Barcelona.

Deby Vinski emphasized that stem cells or stem cells are very useful for various diseases such as autism, stroke, diabetes, leukemia, autoimmune diseases, dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, osteoporosis, menopause, andropause to vitality messengers.

“Storage from the baby’s umbilical cord has many benefits for several diseases later. The benefits are many. It can cure chronic diseases, cancer, leukemia, autism, diabetes, stroke, autoimmune. That’s been a lot of research,” concluded Deby Vinski.

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