Wednesday, 19 May, 2010 Health & Fitness
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Latest Invention: Device that Collects Menstrual Blood for Stem Cells

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A new silicone device resembling menstrual cup that collects and stores menstrual blood for growing stem cells will soon be available to every woman.

Using menstrual blood for stem cells that have a potential for growing different human organs was discovered several years ago.

Chelsea Briganti, a student at Parsons The New School for Design came up with the idea to create a silicone tampon-like device called Mademoicell that collects menstrual blood for this purpose. Then the collected blood can be used for medical research.

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