Published in Blood Weekly, April 17th, 1995
These factors include the lack of embryonic or fetal tissues, delayed collection, decomposition, genetic abnormality and bacterial contamination, stated Bryan E. Hainline, M.D., Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, and colleagues ("Fetal Tissue Derived from Spontaneous Pregnancy Losses Is Insufficient for Human Transplantation," Obstetrics & Gynecology, April 1995;85(4):619-624).
Hainline et al. also stressed the importance of recognizing the immense quantity of fetal tissue required to...
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