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Synonyms for bone marrow

the fatty network of connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones

very tender and very nutritious tissue from marrowbones

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Bone marrow transplant program in the Philippines and The Medical City
Bone Marrow Transplant is a complex procedure and requires teamwork between multiple specialties including transfusion medicine, clinical hematology, pathology, microbiology, immunology, and pharmacology." (BusinessWire India)
"Bone marrow transplants can cure Thalassaemia Major, Sickle Cell Anaemia, leukaemia, aplastic anaemia and so far parents have been travelling abroad for these treatments.
They began their search for a centre with experience in paediatric bone marrow transplants. Their research led to Narayana Health City in Bengaluru and Dr Bhat, who has remarkable experience in treating complex cases of blood disorders in children.
Sunil Bhat, Senior Consultant and Head of Paediatric Haematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant at Narayana Health City, said, "Apart from finding human leukocyte antigen (HLA) matched donors for all the 4 children the biggest challenge was to ensure acceptance of the stem cells by the recipient's system.
Andrew, an NHS business service worker, said: "It's a real honour to support the charity and I'm very proud of being the first baby to have had a bone marrow transplant.
He pointed out that so far over fifteen hundred Bone Marrow Transplants have been performed in Pakistan which includes 609 at NIBD and the main problem was shortage of donors besides financial constraints as well as human resources.
The couple, who tied the knot in Tuscany last month, set up a JustGiving page after their close friends' son had a life-saving bone marrow transplant in January, 2013.
After a difficult 18 months, the charity which supports Newcastle Bone Marrow Transplant ward - or Bubble Unit - is flying high thanks to the generosity of people across the North East.
Emily, 17, who recently had a bone marrow transplant at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, raised the cash at a tea party at Llanyrafon Methodist Church near her home in Cwmbran.
In a rare medical twofer, a child with leukemia who underwent a bone marrow transplant emerged free of not only his cancer but his peanut allergy.
Since then she has undergone two bone marrow transplants, a liver transplant, and become the first person in the world to have a third, accidental, bone marrow transplant.
The three-year-old had a bone marrow transplant after an appeal was set up for a donor.
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