CBR: Celebrating 20 Years of Advancing Cord Blood Stem Cell Medicine – Video

Posted: October 31, 2012 at 10:50 pm




CBR: Celebrating 20 Years of Advancing Cord Blood Stem Cell Medicine
Learn more about how cord blood is changing medicine here: cordbloodregistry.com Join Cord Blood Registry, the world #39;s largest newborn stem cell bank, in celebrating two decades of offering families more medical options. Cord Blood Registry #39;s story starts in 1992 with the birth of Dr. David Harris #39; son, Alex. The storage of Alex #39;s cord blood stem cells marked the beginning, not only of Cord Blood Registry #39;s lab, but family cord blood banking itself. After 20 years, the first-ever family bank has accomplished many firsts including: bull; First to store cord tissue for families in the United States bull; First and only newborn stem cell bank to have pioneered FDA-regulated clinical trials in regenerative medicine For more than 20 years, cord blood stem cells have been used to help regenerate the blood and immune system in more than 25000 transplants worldwide. Current clinical trials are creating new opportunities to help the body heal itself. For more information on current clinical trial uses, plus the latest research and innovations, visit http://www.cordblood.comFrom:cordbloodregistryViews:227 1ratingsTime:02:55More inScience Technology

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