Dottie and Nobel Prize-winning husband Dr. E. Donnall Thomas worked to prove that pioneering procedure could cure some cancers
Jan. 10, 2015
| By Diane Mapes / Fred Hutch News Service
Dorothy E. “Dottie” Thomas, known as the “mother of bone marrow transplantation” for the years she spent working as a research partner alongside her husband, Nobel Prize-winning Dr. E. Donnall Thomas, died Friday evening at her home near Seattle. She was 92.
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