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Cord blood transplants over the past decade have proved to be a reliable alternative to bone marrow transplants for children and adults suffering from leukaemia, immune disorders, and lymphoma. Collecting the cord blood after a baby is born and after the cord is cut. Cord blood is collected it can be taken to the laboratory for freezing and storage until it is needed for a life saving transplant. For more information the following link will be useful:
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