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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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With its state-of-the-art facilities and experienced doctors, Narayana has not only become a center of excellence for heart problems, which it already has earned a name for, but a leading referral centre for a wide array of treatments including bone marrow transplant.
Based on transplant type, the global bone marrow transplant market is divided into following:
1 million Bone Marrow Transplants have been done globally upto February 2013.
CHANGE: Bone marrow transplants will no longer be carried out at Alder Hey
But under a new alternative surgery, halfmatched bone marrows are being used to save patients," said Dr Dinesh Bhurani, senior consultant of the bone marrow transplant programme at the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre.
In such a situation, a bone marrow transplant is the only permanent solution.
Dr Persis Amrolia, a consultant in bone marrow transplant at GOSH described the results as "remarkable".
During the past 10 years, the bone marrow transplant unit at GOSH, led by Dr Paul Veys, has pioneered the use of gentler chemotherapy drugs to enable bone marrow transplants in children with PID with less side effects and a better survival rate.
Dear Editor, One of the saddest problems found in our society today is that many people die waiting for a bone marrow transplant.
The researchers now report that 52 people who had severe GVHD after a previous bone marrow transplant have undergone the novel procedure.
He remembers how aggressive Myrna's cancer was and said he knew a bone marrow transplant was possibly the only cure.
BALTIMORE -- The mothers of children who undergo bone marrow transplant are at increased risk for at least some of the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, Sharon L.
His only hope was a bone marrow transplant and even then his outlook was far from certain.
If bone marrow transplant patients become infected, the death rate may exceed 90%.
Me and My Marrow is the name of a new book that aims to help children find their way through the difficult, often overwhelming bone marrow transplant procedure.
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