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Cord Blood Stem Cells: Current Uses and Future Challenges

AHSC Biorepository at the University of Arizona Health Sciences, USA

Special Issue: Regenerative Medicine: Hot Topics and Developing Trends

Cord blood was recognized in the 1980s as a readily available source of stem cells for patients in need of transplant but unable to identify suitable bone marrow donors. The creation of cord blood banks enabled more than 35,000 such transplants over the next 20 years. Recently, cord blood stem cells have been utilized in many non-traditional applications involving regenerative medicine. In fact, cord blood stem cell use in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering now outnumbers cord blood transplant use by 3–5 to 1. This short editorial describes the history of cord blood clinical use and the current indications for future cord blood stem cell use.
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Keywords cord blood; HSC; stem cell; regenerative medicine; clinical trials

Citation: David T Harris. Cord Blood Stem Cells: Current Uses and Future Challenges. AIMS Cell and Tissue Engineering, 2017, 1(2): 158-164. doi: 10.3934/celltissue.2017.2.158

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