Hemoglobin substitute may aid those with sickle cell disease

07/25/2007 | Forbes

A red blood cell substitute called HRC 101 is based on human hemoglobin and may offer some protection against oxygen deprivation for patients with sickle cell disease. HRC 101 also does not need a blood type match and can be stored longer than blood.

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