I finished my bachelor long time a go at University Michigan and I would love to explain How To Donate Stem Cells For Research. First of all, there are two ways of embryos that can be donated to the University of Michigan for human embryonic stem cell research:
For Donors and For Health Care Providers
1. For Donors. Embryos previously generated for reproductive purposes that have been frozen and are no long needed for reproductive purposes. If you have embryos of this type, are considering embryo donation for human embryonic stem cell research, and want further information regarding how to donate, click on the following statement:
Donation of Frozen Embryos No Longer Needed for Reproduction
PLEASE NOTE: MStem Cell Laboratories periodically closes its donation program for frozen embryos no longer needed for reproduction to maintain an appropriate inventory/usage balance. We are currently not accepting donations for frozen embryos no longer needed for reproduction. Please check back for a change in the current open/closed status of the donation program. If you have any further questions, please contact the MStem Cell Study Coordinator at 734-649-6557 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Great post to read benefits of stem cell research and stem cell research controversy.
Embryos that are found to have genetic anomalies and are not going to be used for reproduction. If you are having genetic diagnosis or screening of preimplantation embryos, are considering donation of genetically abnormal embryos for human embryonic stem cell research, and want further information regarding how to donate, click on the following statement:
Donation of Genetically Abnormal Embryos
2. For Health Care Providers
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The Provider instructions and forms are available on the MStem Cell Secure Access Site. To register for use of the Secure Access Site, please complete the form provided.