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The Life-Saving Treatment That’s Thrown in the Trash

Diagnosed with leukaemia in his early 40s, Chris Lihosit was saved by umbilical cord blood from three babies. But why is cord blood banking still the exception rather than the norm? Mosaic’s Bryn Nelson finds out

Source: Bioethics Bulletin by the Berman Institute of Bioethics.

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