No Difference In Survival Between Leukemia Patients 10 Years After Undergoing Stem-Cell Or Marrow Transplant, Charite Medicine University Study

Published: Feb 01, 2010

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LONDON (Reuters) - Leukemia patients who have blood stem cell transplants survive just as long on average as those who undergo the more invasive procedure of having a bone marrow transplant, scientists said on Monday.

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