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An introduction to donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplants
A donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplant is used to increase the chances of curing certain types of cancer, or to prolong a remission for as long as possible
How donors for stem cells (allogeneic transplants) are found
Information about research and clinical trials for people having an donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplant
Description of the bone marrow and stem cells, and how they function
There are four main steps in the process of a donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplant
Information on donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplants in children, which are similar to the procedures described for adults in this section
Sources for the information for the donor stem cell (allogeneic) transplants section
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