Mohamed Sorror-led study shows years play little role in patient outcomes following Center-developed 'mini-transplant'
Nov. 7, 2011
| By Dean Forbes
The first study summarizing long-term outcomes from a series of patients age 60 and over who were treated with the mini-transplant, a "kinder, gentler" form of transplantation developed at the Hutchinson Center, concluded that age alone no longer should be considered a defining factor when determining whether an older patient with blood cancer is a candidate for stem cell transplantation.
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