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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Michel VIATTEAU
Biologist Krzysztof Machaj poses at the headquarters of the Polish umbilical cord blood bank PBKM/FamiCord on November 26, 2019 in Warsaw. - Submerged in liquid nitrogen vapour at minus 175 degrees Celsius, hundreds of thousands of stem cells from all over Europe bide their time in large steel barrels on the outskirts of Warsaw. After the Swiss firm Cryo-Save went bankrupt, the Polish cord blood bank PBKM/FamiCord became the industry's undisputed leader in Europe. (Photo by Wojtek RADWANSKI / AFP)
2019-11-26
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