Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplantation Center

The peripheral blood stem cell transportation technique involves using stem cells from a patient's blood for a bone marrow transplant. Stem cells can be used to repopulate the whole bone marrow and grow new blood cells. Chemotherapy and/or radiation are used to kill diseased blood cells before a bone marrow transplant. The treatment does not involve surgery, but is nevertheless a form of transplantation. Read more: Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplantation Article


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