New parents in San Francisco can now donate their infant’s umbilical cord blood for use in transplants or medical research.Usable blood is sent to the Cleveland Cord Blood Center in Ohio, where it is stored and placed in a registry that is available free for public use and can be drawn on by doctors in the United States and 17 other countries.Doctors use it as an alternative for bone marrow transplants in treating cancer patients.The state Legislature voted in 2010 to increase birth certificate fees by $2 as a way to fund a statewide effort, the Umbilical Cord Blood Collection Program, which is managed by UC Davis.
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