Study: Mutations in stem cells of young donors can be passed to recipients

Study: Mutations in stem cells of young donors can be passed to recipients

Stem cell transplants from matched donor sources have been the standard for more than 70 years but this article points out additional risks inherent in such grafts. More research is necessary to provide alternatives such as expanded autologous cells instead of homologous transplants in order to avoid GVHR and other unknown disease transmission



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