Published in Cancer Weekly, December 22nd, 1997
The revolutionary technique, which allows transplants between parents, siblings, or children, is opening up lifesaving transplant opportunities to many more patients than traditional transplants among unrelated donors.
Joseph McGuirk, M.D., whose area of expertise is haplotype mismatch transplants, has been named the new assistant director for Allogeneic Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplantation at the Cancer Center. He came to Yale from...
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