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Scientists have developed a new bone marrow transplant technique that only requires a small dose of chemotherapy and may therefore make treatment safer and less distressing for children with genetic defects in their immune system (primary immunodeficiencies or PID). Scientists have developed a new bone marrow transplant technique that only requires a small dose of chemotherapy and may therefore make treatment safer and less distressing for children with genetic defects in their immune system (primary immunodeficiencies or PID).

by In collaboration with PA Media Group | News | 4 September 2009

4 September 2009

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Blood cell donations could be used to treat transplant patients with a particular form of cancer, according to a Cancer Research UK study reported in the journal Blood. Blood cell donations could be used to treat transplant patients with a particular form of cancer, according to a Cancer Research UK study reported in the journal Blood.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 15 August 2007

15 August 2007