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Improving prediction of outcomes after stem cell transplants

Improving prediction of outcomes after stem cell transplants

From the Sorror Laboratory, Clinical Research Division
Science Spotlight - February 18, 2019
Mohamed Sorror wins $951,000 from American Cancer Society

Mohamed Sorror wins $951,000 from American Cancer Society

Four-year grant to Fred Hutch clinical researcher will fund study to better define therapeutic choices for older patients with newly diagnosed acute myeloid leukemia
Hutch News - January 02, 2013
Age alone no longer barrier to stem cell transplants for older patients

Age alone no longer barrier to stem cell transplants for older patients

Mohamed Sorror-led study shows years play little role in patient outcomes following Center-developed 'mini-transplant'
Hutch News - November 07, 2011
Age no longer should be a barrier to stem cell transplantation for older patients with blood cancers

Age no longer should be a barrier to stem cell transplantation for older patients with blood cancers

Study details outcomes of patients who received the ‘mini transplant’ developed at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
News Releases - November 01, 2011
Last Modified, April 02, 2020