Placental Blood: New Options in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
Placental tissue and neonatal cord have attracted the special attention of many different cultures throughout history, with some groups attributing deep religious importance to them. For example, in the nineteenth century, Indian tribes gave a gift of neonatal cord in turtle-shaped amulets to the newborns to ensure a long life.
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