how might a technique to remove A and B antigens from red blood cells be a valuable tool to increase the blood banks supply?

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Answered: How do i lower my red blood cell count my red blood cell were alittle

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Answered: How much does cord blood storage cost?

Cord Blood banking is quite expensive, mostly it costs $ 2,900 for the first year package and $ 250 annual fee storage. It depends on the company and their packages plan. For me, the price of saving the cord blood is the my of family, especially my kids.

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There might be something coming to you, but you don't have to pay a fee. There are state Unclaimed Property offices that you can check for free. You might have a tax refund or something that went to an old address. You can find the state web sites from https://www.unclaimed.org/.

Answered: What is the advantage of using cord blood instead of stem cells or are

Here are 2 web sites that have information regarding your question. http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/tech/stemcells/sctoday/ http://www.wdxcyber.com/why_cordblood.html

Answered: Why Need Umbilical cord blood banking?

For the stem cells. To treat disease later on in life, like cancer.
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How long can cord blood be stored? Does it go off over time?

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No, at this point in time, banking stem cells in teeth is sheer puffery. There are no clinical trials anywhere in the world which have indicated the efficacy of these cells. Just another sector of sketchy opportunists soon, if not already, to be under the watchful eye of the FDA.

Can the cord blood of another person be used for the purpose of a bone

Its a case to case basis, it depends if it will match to the patient's bone marrow then it can be used.