Indian thalassemia patient receives first stem cell transplant in region

03/7/2008 | Sahara Samay

A young boy with thalassemia is doing well after eastern India's first stem cell transplant. The procedure involved the intentional destruction of his bone marrow and the infusion of stem cells from the cord blood of his sister.

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