Umbilical cord stem cells get more attention from researchers

More researchers and parents are now turning their attention to umbilical cord-blood stem cells because of their potential to treat a number of diseases and the lack of controversy attached to them. There are more than 400,000 cord-blood samples stored across 12 public banks in the U.S., and 900,000 samples are being kept in private banks.

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