British soccer professionals save offspring stem cells for repairs

08/27/2006 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

Professional British soccer players are storing stem cells from their newborns to serve as "repair kits" for major injuries they may suffer in their sport. The cells are taken from the umbilical cord and frozen for future use to repair cartilage or ligaments injured while playing soccer, and also for future use by the child.

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