Another Front Against Leukemia: Using Stem Cells to Make Bone Marrow Transplants Low-Risk

Another Front Against Leukemia: Using Stem Cells to Make Bone Marrow Transplants Low-Risk

Another Israeli biotech firm (well, I guess that Karyopharm Therapeutics--the developer of KPT-330 being tested against Richter's--is only half-Israeli) is working on using stem cells to make bone marrow transplants extremely tolerable. It is an interesting technology. An article is here:

israel21c.org/health/israel...

But check out Cellect's website here, it is much more scientifically informative:

cellectbio.com/

Photo: the Mediterranean sea from the ancient Israeli port of Akko (Acre).

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