Aplastic anemia treated by allogeneic bone marrow transplantation: a report on 49 new cases from Seattle.

@article{Storb1976AplasticAT,
  title={Aplastic anemia treated by allogeneic bone marrow transplantation: a report on 49 new cases from Seattle.},
  author={Rainer F Storb and E. Donnall Thomas and Paul L. Weiden and C. Dean Buckner and Reginald A. Clift and Alexander Fefer and Leonor P. Fernando and Eloise R. Giblett and B W Goodell and F Leonard Johnson and K G Lerner and Paul E. Neiman and Jean E. Sanders},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1976},
  volume={48 6},
  pages={817-41}
}
Forty-nine patients with severe aplastic anemia, 33 due to unknown cause, 11 drug or chemical related, 2 associated with hepatitis, 1 with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, and 2 possibly associated with Fanconi syndrome did not show recovery after 0.5-96 (median 2) mo of conventional therapy. Twenty-two were infected and 21 were refractory to random platelet transfusions at the time of admission. All were given marrow grafts from HLA-identical siblings. Forty-five were conditioned for… CONTINUE READING

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