Shanghai Umbilical Cord Blood Supply Determined Not Contaminated
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Chinese health authorities said an inspection of Shanghai's umbilical cord blood supply is not contaminated, despite news reports earlier in the month. The cord blood is being stored in Shanghai as a source of stem cells for treating diseases and genetic disorders. Shanghai's health bureau said the blood bank operations are closely supervised and inspected. The news reports said the bank had conducted illegal operations and cheated customers. (Click here for more
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