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Question: what is stem cell banking?

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Answer: An amniotic stem cell bank is a facility that storesstem cells derived from amniotic fluid for future use.Stem cell samples in private (or family) banks are stored specifically for use by the individual person from whom such cells have been collected and thebanking costs are paid by such person.
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Question: What is stem cell banking
Answer: Hi,Dear the stem cells are basically stored for 25 years. they can be helpful for the child if he/ she ever suffers from blood related diseases such as blood cancers, immunological disorders etc. though the research is still going on, storage of stem cell is kind of a insurance policy for the child's health. In india many companies are providing this facility most popular are Life cell and Cord life.
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Question: What is stem cell banking?
Answer: In this process doctor will save ur baby's cord blood. Cord blood is the blood from the baby that is left in the umbilical cord and placenta after birth. It contains special cells called hematopoietic stem cells that can be used to treat some types of diseases. Hematopoietic stem cells can be used to treat more than 70 types of diseases, including diseases of the immune system, genetic disorders, neurologic disorders, and some forms of cancer, including leukemia and lymphoma.
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Question: what is stem cell banking??
Answer: Let's know what Stem cells are. These are the cells that are capable of giving rise to many more indefinite more cells of the same type and from which certain other kinds of cells arise with differentiation. This is the cells that are found inside the umblical cord. That have multiplied and made your baby and its internal organs by multiplying. Now banking means saving these cells for future use incase needed arises. Because these can cure all those whose genes match with the cells. That includes you your husband and siblings.. etc... So they can cure blood bones brain body organs.. practically every part. So for banking there are companies who store them for you for many years and you have to pay them a for keeping the cells.
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