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hi,
I am 20year old, blood comes from my umbilical cord.. I dont know what is the reason, Tell me what may be the problem

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Umbilical cord at 20?
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Transplantation of allogeneic bone marrow has
been successfully used in the treatment of highrisk
or recurrent hematologic malignancies,
bone marrow failure syndromes, selected hereditary
immunodeficiency states, and metabolic disorders.1 It
is an accepted form of therapy for a host of lymphohematopoietic
disease states and storage diseases with
success rates often dependent on recipient age, cytomegalovirus
(CMV) serostatus, disease and disease status
at the time of transplant, and the presence of
pre-existing comorbidities.1 Very early in the history of
bone marrow transplantation (BMT), it was clear that
access to a suitable donor was a major obstacle severely
limiting the use of this potentially curative treatment
modality. However, even for those patients for whom a
human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-matched sibling donor
could be identified, the treatment itself was associated
with substantial risks, most notably the immunological
risk of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). These risks
only magnified as transplant centers explored the possibility
of using volunteer adult unrelated donors as an
alternative to HLA-matched siblings.
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Not umbilical cord, In umbilicus
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