Adult Stem Cell Awareness

October 24, 2007

Girl sees Mom for first time, thanks to umbilical cord stem cell transplants

Filed under: Real Hope — benotafraid @ 8:34 pm
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Born blind, Rylea Barlett received umbilical cord stem cell transplants and was able to say for the first time, “Mommy, you are beautiful.” HT to Missouri Cures W/O Cloning, a new initiative for ethical research. Read more about Rylea

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  1. […] an ocular defect, septo-optic dysplasia. You may recall reading about another little girl here, Rylea, born with another ocular defect, optic nerve […]

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