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Bone Marrow Transplant Program: Allogeneic Procedure

The director of the pediatric blood and marrow transplant program at MUSC, Dr. Michelle Hudspeth, discusses allogeneic transplantation, meaning cells from a donor individual are used. She walks through the process of extracting the cells from the donor and transplanting them into the recipient, mentioning the success rates of transplantation for various illnesses. Dr. Hudspeth also provides information on how to register for bone marrow donation at MUSC's South Carolina cancer center and offers an incredible personal story about bone marrow donation to save a stranger’s life. For information on how to sign up for the bone marrow registry, or to learn more about MUSC's South Carolina cancer center visit http://www.muschealth.com/cancer/index.htm

For information on how to sign up for the bone marrow registry, click here.


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