ing the expansion of donor banks and intensified international exchanges crucial, the official said.
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ith the United States further escalates, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday.
“The government has room to mitigate the shocks from external uncertainties and trade tensions by using fiscal policy,” Alfr
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“The demand for hematopoietic stem cells from overseas has been increasing, and we need to work harder t
o accelerate the expansion of the donor bank to better meet the demand from patients across the globe,” she said.
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res, helping the cells get transplanted in a timely manner, according to the donor bank.
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elt and Road Initiative,” the official said. “China boasts internationally advanced technologies in the transp
lantation of hematopoietic stem cells, which we hope can also benefit other countries.”
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ose in Southeast Asia, to build their own national marrow banks and operate them.