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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas on the Hutchinson Center campus in 2007.

Photo by Susie Fitzhugh

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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas on the Hutchinson Center campus in 2007.

Photo by Susie Fitzhugh

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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas accepts the Nobel Prize in medicine or physiology from the King of Sweden in 1990.

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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas accepts the Nobel Prize in medicine or physiology from the King of Sweden in 1990.

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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas in his Hutchinson Center lab.

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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas and his wife and research partner, Dottie Thomas, at a 2005 patient reunion attended by former transplant patients from throughout the world. Longtime colleagues have quipped that if Thomas is the father of bone marrow transplantation, then Dottie is certainly its mother.

Photo by Jim Linna

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Dr. E. Donnall Thomas, recognized as the father of bone marrow transplantation, died on Saturday, October 20, 2012, at the age of 92. Learn more about his life and work and share your remembrances.