Bone Marrow Donors Soon May Be Compensated

Bone Marrow Compensation

Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law.

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