The Great Clamping Debate

Most of us born after 1960 have missed out on what was, since ancient times, “mankind’s first stem cell transplant.”1

For umbilical cords of most born after 1960 were—are—clamped right after birth. This denied us a last blast of stem-cell rich placenta blood, 40% of our circulation, before our first breath.

The Great Clamping Debate.

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