Researchers to study use of cord blood for brain injury in children

10/19/2011 | KRIV-TV (Houston)

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and the Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital will work together on a study that will explore the potential of umbilical cord blood stem cells in treating traumatic brain injury in patients. The study will involve 10 children with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury whose cord blood has been stored with the Cord Blood Registry.

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