Study: Patients' own bone marrow stem cells used to treat lupus

01/31/2006 | NYTimes.com

A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests stem cells taken from a person's own bone marrow can be used to treat severe lupus. Among 48 patients who received the experimental treatment, the probability of disease-free survival for five years was about 50%.

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