Understanding stem cell and bone marrow transplants.
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Published by CancerBACUP in London .
Written in English


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Previous ed.: 1994.

ContributionsCancerBACUP.
The Physical Object
Pagination43p. :
Number of Pages43
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Open LibraryOL20568793M

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The stem cells are taken from the donor with the process of bone marrow harvest or stem cell harvest. The stem cells can be removed from the donor’s bone marrow or the donor’s blood. One type of allogeneic bone marrow transplant is the umbilical cord blood transplant. May 28,  · Bone marrow stem cell harvesting has come a long way since the original, conventional method of bone marrow biopsy which was an extensive and painful process. Today, an advanced method known as bone marrow aspiration dramatically reduces both the time of harvesting and discomfort that traditionally accompanied bone marrow transplantation. When you are diagnosed with a serious illness, it’s helpful to learn about the disease and treatment options. This can help you talk with your doctor and make a treatment plan together. A bone marrow transplant or umbilical cord blood transplant (also called BMT) replaces diseased blood-forming cells (also called blood stem cells) with healthy cells. Dec 20,  · Bone marrow stem cells are formed and mature in the bone marrow and are then released into the bloodstream. This type of stem cell is used in the treatment of cancers. In the past, surgery to draw bone marrow stem cells directly from the bone was the only way to collect stem cells.