Placenta banking refers to the collection and storage of stem cells from the placenta, in addition to those found in cord blood, after the birth of a human baby. Placental stem cells are those stem cells that are found only in the placenta and are collected after the blood from the umbilical cord is drawn. They are non-embryonic stem cells, as are those obtained from umbilical cord blood.
Clinics in Mother and Child Health Journal is the first exclusive forum to advance the scientific and professional knowledge base of thewomen and child health field. This bimonthly provides peer-reviewed papers addressing the following areas of practice, policy, and research of women and child health
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