Physicians doubt value of private umbilical cord blood banking

06/19/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Physicians aren't sold on having parents pay money to bank their child's umbilical cord blood as a reserve in case it is needed to treat a future illness in the family. They say it costs a lot of money for something that is unlikely to be needed. Most doctors do support public cord blood donation, however.

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