New Mexico Statutes Chapter 24. Health and Safety § 24-27-5. Informational publications
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The department of health shall, by January 1, 2006, prepare and distribute to health care providers written publications that include the following information:
A. the medical processes involved in the collection of umbilical cord blood;
B. the medical risks to a mother and her newborn child of umbilical cord blood collection;
C. the current and potential future medical uses and benefits of umbilical cord blood collection to a mother, her newborn child and her biological family;
D. the current and potential future medical uses and benefits of umbilical cord blood collection to persons who are not biologically related to a mother or her newborn child;
E. any costs that may be incurred by a pregnant woman who chooses to make an umbilical cord blood donation;
F. options for ownership and future use of the donated material; and
G. the availability in this state of umbilical cord blood donations.
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