Save the Cord Foundation. Although it's red, it's really green!




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Video title: Save the Cord Foundation. Although it's red, it's really green!
Released on: June 19, 2015. © PTV
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    Cord blood is a rich, natural, controversy-free source of life-saving stem cells.
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Cord blood is a rich, natural, controversy-free source of life-saving stem cells. In this interview, filmed at the World Stem Cell Congress in London, Charis Ober, Founder & Executive Director of the Save the Cord Foundation explains to PharmaVentures' Adrian Dawkes how something that was considered as waste can be 'recycled' to potentially save lives. http://www.savethecordfoundation.org/
Cord blood is a rich, natural, controversy-free source of life-saving stem cells. In this interview, filmed at the World Stem Cell Congress in London, Charis Ober, Founder & Executive Director of the Save the Cord Foundation explains to PharmaVentures' Adrian Dawkes how something that was considered as waste can be 'recycled' to potentially save lives. http://www.savethecordfoundation.org/
Cord blood is a rich, natural, controversy-free source of life-saving stem cells. In this interview, filmed at the World Stem Cell Congress in London, Charis Ober, Founder & Executive Director of the Save the Cord Foundation explains to PharmaVentures' Adrian Dawkes how something that was considered as waste can be 'recycled' to potentially save lives. http://www.savethecordfoundation.org/
Cord blood is a rich, natural, controversy-free source of life-saving stem cells. In this interview, filmed at the World Stem Cell Congress in London, Charis Ober, Founder & Executive Director of the Save the Cord Foundation explains to PharmaVentures' Adrian Dawkes how something that was considered as waste can be 'recycled' to potentially save lives. http://www.savethecordfoundation.org/