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Infographic: Cord Blood Bank activity

Conquest - Spring 2013

Between 2005 and the end of fiscal year 2012, the MD Anderson Cord Blood Bank collected more than 42,000 units with more than 16,000 banked and listed on the international registry.

Nearly 800 units were transplanted in patients at MD Anderson, throughout the United States and the world. Other units, not suitable for transplant, are used in research.

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