Study: Bone marrow transplants could cause secondary cancers

11/16/2007 | All Headline News

Bone marrow transplants could cause secondary cancers, according to a study. Australian researchers discovered cancer-stimulating cells may be present in bone marrow that could encourage tumor growth in the body. "Some of the cells that might surround a cancer, such as a breast cancer, could theoretically be from the bone marrow," said one researcher.

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