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The Scots Boy Saved From Leukemia by Spanish Baby's Stem Cells

Once chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant had failed, stem cell therapy was the last hope for young Jordan Harden. Leukemia was attacking Jordan's blood cells and killing him. After receiving a stem cell transplant which involved stem cells from the umbilical cord blood of a baby in Spain, Jordan, now 3, is recovering with his family in Scotland and growing healthier by the day.

Once chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant had failed, stem cell therapy was the last hope for young Jordan Harden.  Leukemia was attacking Jordan's blood cells and killing him. After receiving a stem cell transplant which involved stem cells from the umbilical cord blood of a baby in Spain, Jordan, now 3, is recovering with his family in Scotland and growing healthier by the day.

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