The Miracle Cure

The Miracle Cure

The Miracle Cure
The Miracle Cure
Have you ever thought a cord blood of a newborn baby can save a life? No one knew it until 1980. It was in this year when a group of scientists found a number of similarities between human cord blood and bone marrow. Three years later, an important confirmation was made and it's suggested cord blood stem cells were good alternative for bone marrow in transplantation. Hundreds of people in the world who are diagnosed with deadly diseases such as leukemia and brain cancer were given a chance to live normally and perform their everyday routine without feeling pain. A cord blood transplant save their lives. However, it's still inevitable some groups create contrasting issues about this miracle cure. They have questions and this book provides you the answers!

About the Author, Michael S. Williams

At 26, Michael S. Williams is a professional leasing entrepreneur. He decided to make a difference after receiving his diploma in college. That’s why; up until this moment, he donates his whole blood three times a year and he also helps the orphanage just five blocks away from his house. During his free time, he loves to read non-fiction books, watch documentary films and play tennis with his younger brother (Dean). He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, Ana.

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