Children's skills improve with cell treatment for cerebral palsy

01/31/2013 | News.com.au (Australia)

Children with cerebral palsy who received transfusions of donated umbilical cord blood cells as well as erythropoietin and rehabilitation performed better in tests of motor and cognitive function, according to a study in the journal Stem Cells. The most progress was seen in children younger than 3.

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