How do you test for a bone marrow transplant?

Answer Your bone marrow is the consistency of sponge. It contains cells that are not yet fully developed. When these cells have been destroyed by illness or chemotherapy, your stem cells need to be restor... Read More »

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Can Leukemia come back after a bone marrow transplant?

Unfortunately, cancer recurrence is always a possibility. There is no cure for cancer, only the prospect for long-term remission.There are several different types of leukemia (ALL, AML, CLL, CML),... Read More »

What Are the Dangers of Stem Cell & Bone Marrow Transplant?

Doctors resort to stem cell and bone marrow transplants to battle a difficult disease like cancer. Treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation can destroy the bone marrow and stem cells while kil... Read More »

Can someone with Epstein-Barr virus be a bone marrow donor?

No, a person with Epstein-Barr virus (EPV) cannot be a bone marrow donor. The virus, which is common in the U.S., can be transferred from a donor to a recipient. Almost 50 percent of all children 5... Read More »

What do you think about lesbians conceiving with bone marrow sperm?

Well, its not bone marrow sperm, but they have found a way to extract dna from the marrow and insert into the egg. I think it is seriously awesome. And as far as the person who said it would be u... Read More »