For Clinicians

In order for the stem cells in cord blood to be able to save it life it my first be collected from the umbilical cord. Then, after testing and storing, the stem cells must then be transplanted to a recipient in need.

Here health care providers will find the information needed to both collect and transplant stem cells via cord blood units.

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