Storing umbilical cord blood is a growing phenomenon. Private cord blood banks across the country are providing storage for thousands of parents and there are a lot of parents out there who think they will be letting their children down if they don't participate. The question is, how useful are they? And if storing cord blood is a useful thing to do, should there be more public cord blood banks accessible to everyone, including those who might not be able to afford private banks? ABC News will examine the science and the social implications of this new trend in medicine. Is it an example of a scientific breakthrough vital to all, or an example of 'boutique medicine' dividing those with means from those without?
Anchor: Ted Koppel
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