The Great Cell Exchange

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The Great Cell Exchange

Bradley Mattes   |   March 05, 2014

They say a mother and her baby have a continuing bond after birth. This may be also true in a biological sense. Research now shows that fetal cells remain in the mother’s body long after pregnancy in up to seventy-percent of women studied. Further, in a study with mice, they found fetal cells, similar to stem cells, rush to the mother’s rescue after she suffers an injury like a stroke. The data was presented at an American Heart Association conference. Other studies suggest that mothers are more prone to cancer if they don’t maintain these fetal cells. And a human study showed the mother’s cells worked to repair insulin-producing cells in a diabetic child. God has gone to great lengths to protect the lives of His precious children. So, we too must hold life sacred.

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