Published in Cancer Weekly, July 24th, 1995
The exciting prospect of correcting genetic defects or introducing whole new properties to the bone marrow through the use of umbilical cord blood shows promise, but large obstacles remain before some of the most exciting therapies can be practiced, indicated medical writer Clare Thompson ("Umbilical Cords: Turning Garbage into Clinical Gold," Science, May 12, 1995;268:805-806).
Thompson reported that Donald Kohn, Children's Hospital of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles...
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