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Intrabone Administration Of Unrelated Cord Blood Cells Is Successful In Enabling More Patients With Acute Leukemia To Undergo Stem Cell Transplantation

Advancements in intrabone injections of stem cells from umbilical cord blood show signs of reduced grafting issues and graft-versus-host disease. Cord blood transplantation is an effective treatment for haematological malignancies, but only a small number of adult patients can undergo this procedure due to the high proportion of graft failures that occur and the high incidence of graft-versus-host disease that follows. According to findings, this technique of intrabone injection of umbilical cord blood cells is potentially useful in a large number of adult patients with acute leukemia.

Advancements in intrabone injections of stem cells from umbilical cord blood show signs of reduced grafting issues and graft-versus-host disease. Cord blood transplantation is an effective treatment for haematological malignancies, but only a small number of adult patients can undergo this procedure due to the high proportion of graft failures that occur and the high incidence of graft-versus-host disease that follows. According to findings, this technique of intrabone injection of umbilical cord blood cells is potentially useful in a large number of adult patients with acute leukemia.

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