Delayed Cord Clamping: A Guide To Research And Options

To start with, let us first understand what is ‘delayed cord clamping’. According to the International Childbirth Education Association, “Delayed cord clamping is a birth practice where the umbilical cord is not clamped or cut until after pulsations have ceased, or until after the placenta is delivered.” Now you may ask why this procedure is […]

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Stories of Hope: Thalassemia Patient Cured By Umbilical Cord Blood Transplantation

The Kumar family from India found out that their 18-month-old daughter was suffering from Thalassemia, a serious genetically inherited blood disorder that severely hinders the body’s capability to generate hemoglobin. Due to this lack of hemoglobin in the body, adequate oxygen and nutrients do not reach the body’s tissues ultimately resulting in anemia. The typical course […]

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Stories of Hope: Hartlepool Dad Eric Takes First Steps Just Days After Pioneering MS Surgery

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Jandy Nelson of ‘I’ll Give You the Sun’ said, “You have to see the miracles for there to be miracles.” And that is exactly what I witnessed. My next door neighbor in Jowitt Road, Hartlepool (UK) Eric Thomson had been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) almost four years ago. A father of five, his condition […]

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