(Update: This event has passed. If you would like additional information on this particular presentation, please contact Save the Cord Foundation.)
Latest Research on Using Cord Blood for Autism: On February 19th, 2016 we will have the pleasure of hosting Dr. Michael Chez, director of Pediatric Research at Sutter Neurological Research Consortium and director of the Pediatric Epilepsy and Autism programs in Sutter Health’s Sacramento Region, for an exclusive Share the Science event during the BMT Tandem Meetings 2016 in Hawaii.
READ THE PRESS RELEASE: BMT Tandem Share the Science press release
We are really looking forward to this presentation because Dr. Chez will present some early insight into his groundbreaking research involving the first US clinical trials using cord blood to potentially treat autism.
Dr. Chez will discuss new clinical applications for using stem cell therapies and autologous cord blood to potentially treat autism (autologous cord blood is your own cord blood).
This Share the Science presentation will take place during the BMT Tandem Meetings 2016 (registration is required):
EXCLUSIVE LIVE EVENT: Hawaii Convention Center, Ballroom A
Honolulu, HI | Friday, February 19th, 2016 | 7:00 – 8:30 a.m. Hawaiian Standard Time
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