UC Davis Banks Foals' Umbilical Cords for Future Stem Cell Treatment

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Horse owners now have the opportunity to collect umbilical cord tissue immediately after a foal is born and save it as a future source of therapeutic stem cells through the Regenerative Medicine Laboratory at University of California, Davis (UC Davis), School of Veterinary Medicine. The laboratory provides kits that enable the horse owners or veterinarians to easily collect the umbilical cord

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