Pilot tests viability of public cord blood bank

The Rhode Island Blood Center and Women & Infants Hospital have launched a year-long pilot program to test the feasibility of establishing a public cord blood bank in the state, which would be the first in New England. Cord blood, which is taken from the umbilical cord when a baby is born, contains stem cells…

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