April 1989

Fetal Cord Blood’s Potential For Bone Marrow Transplantation

Specimens of umbilical cord blood were collected from 13 routine obstetrical deliveries. All specimens grew erythroid and granulocytic-monocytic colonies. The formation of these various hematopoietic colonies from umbilical cord blood was at least equivalent to bone marrow, and in some instances over 5 times more effective.

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