Expert: New techniques could replace need for transfusions in the future

12/3/2007 | Sunday Herald (Glasgow, Scotland)

New techniques could eliminate the need for blood transfusions within the next 30 years, according to one expert. He says researchers are working on hormone treatments that stimulate red blood cell formation, as well as developing artificial blood, blood cell salvage techniques and tests that measure the blood's ability to clot.

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