FDA proposes standards for cord blood banks to sell stem cells

01/16/2007 | Reuters

The FDA has proposed that umbilical cord blood banks would not have to conduct clinical trials on use of the blood stem cells they intend to sell. Instead, the agency proposed requiring the banks to submit research already available on the use in getting approval to sell stem cells.

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