National registry offers some, but not enough, stem cells

Approximately 10,000 people living in the U.S. need stem cell transplants from umbilical cord or bone marrow blood, but less than 3,000 will actually get them. A national registry offers transplantable stem cells, but the supply is lacking despite $69 million in federal funding designed to increase it.

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