Bone marrow transplantation in New Zealand. New Zealand Bone Marrow Transplant Study Group.

  • Published 1994 in Bone marrow transplantation

Abstract

From their initiation in 1979 until the end of 1992, five New Zealand transplant centres have carried out a total of 233 bone marrow transplants, of which 149 were allografts and 84 autografts. The New Zealand Bone Marrow Transplant Study Group aims to coordinate the transplant programmes and maintains a collaborative register of transplants. This report provides a brief overview of transplantation activity within New Zealand and summarises the results.

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@article{1994BoneMT, title={Bone marrow transplantation in New Zealand. New Zealand Bone Marrow Transplant Study Group.}, author={}, journal={Bone marrow transplantation}, year={1994}, volume={13 6}, pages={733-6} }