Cryo-Cell's stem cell bank criticized by U.K. experts

11/11/2007 | BBC

Some stem cell experts have expressed doubts about Cryo-Cell International's proposed U.K. menstrual blood bank, saying there isn't enough evidence to support the use of the cells. The bank would store stem cells taken from the menstrual blood of its customers in the hopes of using the samples for regenerative medicine in the future, according to the biotech firm.

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