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Why banking on cord blood isn't necessarily a good idea - Globe and Mail

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Why banking on cord blood isn't necessarily a good idea - Globe and Mail
May 26th 2012, 10:00

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Why banking on cord blood isn't necessarily a good idea
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The stem cells found in umbilical-cord blood have the ability to turn into red or white blood cells or blood-clotting cells. For that reason, they offer promising treatments for leukemia, lymphoma, sickle cell disease and other blood, bone, ...

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