How do bones produce blood cells?

Answer In adults, the red marrow of the spinal column and long bones, like the thigh bone (femur) and upper arm (humerus), produce new red blood cells (RBCs), certain types of white blood cells, and plate... Read More »

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How Do Bones Make Blood Cells?

In our bodies, blood is the vital fluid for life. It has many functions, including transportation of oxygen, essential nutrients and waste; maintenance and regulation of temperature, hormones and e... Read More »

Does blood type matter when donating white blood cells?

On One Hand: Standard GuidelinesDonated white blood cell products may contain small amounts of red blood cells. According to FDA guidelines, if a blood product contains more than 2 mL (milliliters)... Read More »

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What are cord blood stem cells?

Stem cells are the ones from which all other cells that develop specialized functions are made. Umbilical cord blood stem cells are ideal templates for growing new cells, as they are collected at b... Read More »