Bone marrow transplantation involves the replacement of an individual’s normal bone marrow with bone marrow acquired from a donor.  An individual’s bone marrow must first be eradicated (purposely or as a side effect of treatment) with the use of radio and chemotherapy. Further information can be found under the treatments section: Bone marrow transplant.

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