How this week’s cord blood breakthrough could help your child

cord blood breakthrough

In one of the most exciting breakthroughs for umbilical cord blood to date, Doctors at Duke University in North Carolina have received permission to offer cord blood stem cell therapy for a range of acquired neurological disorders including cerebral palsy and autism. Following the success of a series of trials at the leading medical university using cord blood to treat cerebral palsy, this expanded access trial will enable more children than ever before to receive a treatment proven to improve day to day functioning. “The registration of this clinical trial…

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