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This section is about donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplants as treatment for certain types of cancer, such as lymphoma|, leukaemia| and myeloma|.
We have a separate section about high-dose treatment with stem cell support|, which you may find useful.
Find out how and why donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplants may be used to treat certain cancers
This section describes the side effects that can occur after donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplants, including graft-versus-host-disease
Information about treatment using donor stem cell (alogeneic) transplants, collecting and giving stem cells, and how to prepare for a transplant
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