adult stem cells, Bioethics, cord blood, medicine, umbilical cord stem cells

>Small Town Hospital Collects Cord Blood for Texas Public Banks

>I was so happy to hear that my local hospital is now one of the hospitals that collects cord blood for the public banks.

The cells from cord blood are rich in adult stem cells that can be used to replace the bone marrow of children with blood disorders and for treatment of all sorts of diseases. How about that: a small hospital in a small town can join in adult stem cell therapy!

See my grand daughter’s story, here.

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