Hospital partners with stem cell bank to collect cord blood

01/8/2009 | Ypsilanti Courier (Belleville, Mich.)

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and Karmanos Cancer Institute's J.P. McCarthy Cord Stem Cell Bank in Michigan have teamed up to collect umbilical cord blood for use in potential treatments for cancer and blood diseases. The stem cell bank is affiliated with the National Marrow Donor Program and currently has more than 1,200 umbilical cord blood units in storage.

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