Did you know that 1 in 8 couples in the U.S. have trouble getting pregnant1 That number may come as a big surprise, especially because we just don’t talk about infertility very often!
For National Infertility Awareness Week 2021, CBR is aiming to change the dialogue. Infertility is not just a female issue, and it’s not just a male issue. It’s an all-of-us issue.
Empowering Others During Difficult Times
Join us for National Infertility Awareness Week 2021, April 18 – 24, as we break down these barriers and decrease the stigma around infertility. CBR is on a mission to empower you — our CBR families — to help those in your lives who are coping with infertility.
We’ve partnered with CBR mom, member of the infertility community, and founder of @CozyWarriorOrg and @AnnaGetsCozy, Anna Wang. She’s working hard through her non-profit, The Cozy Warrior, to provide grants and assistance to those struggling to start or grow their family.
Anna and her husband Jeremy have been very vocal about their infertility struggle. Growing up, Anna was encouraged to share only her accomplishments and keep failures behind closed doors (as it was considered taboo).
She’s shared that part of their purpose now is to break the stereotype and show that it’s okay to share her deepest vulnerabilities to help others. It’s also okay to share her biggest joys — now that baby Ava has arrived after almost 8 years of trying to conceive!
After a lot of research, Anna and Jeremy decided to preserve baby Ava’s newborn stem cells with CBR. Because they worked so hard to achieve parenthood, it was a no-brainer to create that extra peace of mind to help protect Ava’s future.
Win Free Newborn Stem Cell Preservation From CBR!
For National Infertility Awareness Week 2021, we’re helping parents protect the baby they worked so hard to conceive. Enter now to win free newborn stem cell preservation for your baby with the world’s largest newborn stem cell company (a $2,840 value)!
It’s just another way that we’re helping to protect those precious babies you worked so hard to create. Click here to enter!
References: 1. CDC, National Survey of Family Growth, 2006-2010