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Posted by: CAROL | 2009-09-23

MELENOMA

STAGE 4 MELENOMA. WOULD STEM CELL TREATMENT BE OF ANY GOOD

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Bone marrow transplantation, a form of stem cell therapy, is used for the treatment of cancer. However, these cancers are essentially blood cancers (leukemia, lymphome, myloma). Currently, stem cell therapy has no role to play in the treatment of myeloma.

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