Doctors use cord blood stem cells to treat leukemia patient

01/15/2009 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

An Australian patient with myeloid leukemia expressed confidence that he will recover from the disease after receiving a cord blood transplant to facilitate bone marrow regeneration. The pioneering treatment involves the use of lab-grown stem cells that were extracted from a donated umbilical cord.

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