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For leukemia has anyone had a successful stem cell transplant?

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Dr. Weili Sun
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 27 years experience
Many: There are different types of leukemia, lymphoid vs myeloid, acute vs chronic. Some leukemia can be treated for chemotherapy only, some leukemia will need to be treated by stem cell transplant. The outcome of stem cell transplant is different depending on what type of leukemia a patient has. However, stem cell transplant has an established record to cure leukemia.
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