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Creating Canada's First Cord Blood Bank

For a long time, scientists have known umbilical cords can do more than sustain a baby. It can help people undergoing some medical treatments. Which is why the Canadian Blood Services is fundraising to create Canada's first cord blood bank. Dr. Graham Sher is the CEO of Canadian Blood Services. He explained why the bank matters. Listen audio (runs 5:36)

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