bone marrow transplant


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bone marrow transplant:

see bone marrowbone marrow,
soft tissue filling the spongy interiors of animal bones. Red marrow is the principal organ that forms blood cells in mammals, including humans (see blood). In children, the bones contain only red marrow.
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An employee of the Bone Marrow Transplant Centre who was not authorised to speak to the press said the contracts of employees at both centres expired on June 30 and were not extended.
The parents said that bone marrow transplant was the only way to get rid of the disease.
To perform the study of the Global Bone Marrow Transplant Market, a primary as well as an extensive secondary research was conducted.
Bone marrow transplant at The Medical City - the process is similar to getting a blood transfusion.
Ex-Member Federation Pakistan Chamber of Commerce Zafar Sharif told The Nation that Bone Marrow Transplant Centre was very important for Bahawalpur district and it should be made functional as soon as possible.
Bone Marrow Transplant is a life-saving procedure and is the only way to cure many of the patients diagnosed with a blood cancer.
premarital genetic screening, new therapies to take out iron toxicity, bone marrow transplants have drastically helped reduce the incidence of Thalassaemia in Dubai," said Dr Kalban.
Affirming that a bone marrow transplant (BMT) is the only cure for many life-threatening diseases, Dr Bhat said: 'For more than 100 potentially life-threatening diseases, bone marrow transplant or blood stem cell transplant is the only cure.
"Bone marrow transplant does not look like any other medical treatment, since it is based on altruism and cooperation on a worldwide level.
By creating a platform focused on critical areas of transplant medicine, the company is pioneering an integrated approach to extend the curative power of bone marrow transplant to more patients.
12 -- Narayana Health City treats four Sri Lankan children suffering from thalassemia major, a life-threatening disorder, through unrelated donor bone marrow transplant.
In 1988 Andrew, from Sherburn, County Durham, was the first baby in the North to have a bone marrow transplant in Newcastle and since then he has gone on to live a full life.

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