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Britain: Testing of blood made in the lab started, people were transfused, positive results expected

In a clinical trial in Britain, blood grown in a laboratory was transfused into people

Most of the deaths in the event of an accident or accident in this world are due to excessive bleeding and not getting the right blood at the right time. The availability of the right blood at the right time is a big problem, but now science has found a solution to this problem as well. Blood has been developed in the UK for the first time in the world. Not only this, the blood developed in the lab has been transfused to the people. In a clinical trial in Britain, blood grown in the laboratory was transfused into people. However, these people were given this blood in very small quantities. The results of this clinical trial can extend the life span of people who are completely dependent on regular blood donors to fight diseases like thalassemia and anemia.

blood transfusion

Let us tell you that after this experiment, while talking about it, the researchers and scientists of Britain said, this blood developed in very small quantities has been given to the human body, so that it can be found that it is inside the body. How does it perform? People associated with this experiment told that the purpose of this research is to develop blood with such rare blood-groups that are often difficult to find.

blood matching is very important

It is worth noting that if a person is in need of blood, if the blood sample does not match correctly, then the body of the victim starts rejecting that blood. In such a situation, if the body does not cooperate, then the person may also die.

Two people took part in the test

Let us tell you that two people have taken part in the initial trial of this research. Further, these scientists are preparing to test this blood in at least 10 healthy volunteers. These people will be given five to ten ml of blood transfusion. The people involved in this trial will be given blood transfusion twice in an interval of at least four months.

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