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Nigerian Graduate Breaks Fresh Ground on Cancer Therapy

 

Before cord blood became common in the 1990s, blacks almost never found matches. “In 1990, we only found six matches for African-Americans, and all of them had typical European genes,” Dr. Pablo Rubinstein said.

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