Vietnam Hospital Performs Nation’s First Stem Cell Transplant
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A hospital in Vietnam performed the nation's first successful stem cell transplant, to treat a leukemia case in a 21-year-old university student. The cells were taken from the woman's older sister and transplanted to create new blood. The work took place at the Central Hematology and Blood Transfusion Hospital, which is preparing to try a similar transplant on a person three years older. (Click here for more
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