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Nelson, considered one of the world's leading researchers in this investigative frontier, has been studying the role that microchimerism plays in the initiation and remission of autoimmune diseases since 1986, the year she began her research career at the Hutchinson Center.

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New research shows that women can carry their children’s cells long after birth -- possibly for the rest of their lives -- and that those cells could have remarkable health benefits.

The Surprising Benefits of Carrying Your Child’s Cells

New research shows that women can carry their children’s cells long after birth -- possibly for the rest of their lives -- and that those cells could have remarkable health benefits.

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