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This section gives information about high-dose treatment with stem cell support (autologous treatment) for certain types of cancer, such as lymphoma| and leukaemia|.
We also have information about allogeneic (donor) stem cell transplants|.
This is David's story of high-dose treatment with stem cell support.
Cancer experiences vary and this is only one person's story. To hear others visit our online community|.
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Find out how and why stem cell and bone marrow transplants may be used to treat cancer
What to expect after a transplant
How to prepare for high-dose treatment and what to expect during treatment
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