South Africa first on continent to plan stem cell bank

09/1/2004 | Reuters

South Africa's Lazaron Biotechnologies said it planned to harvest umbilical cord cells for research into cures for diseases, such as cancer and Parkinson's. A company official said the cells hold promise for finding treatments for more than 40 life-threatening diseases. The company hopes to test treatments based on their research on humans in eight months.

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