Graft-versus-host disease

What is Graft-versus-host disease?

Graft versus host disease (GVHD) is an immune-mediated disease resulting from a complex interaction between donor and recipient.

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I need the benefits of "Umbilical cord stem cell banking" Actually is it still in research phase or else it will be useful in future to overcome...

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Cord blood is not the only source of stem cells but they are easy to collect and store and if your child or...

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my eye turns red and becomes inflamed every couple of weeks. I had a bone marrow transplant 7 years ago with severe graph vs host disease. one dr...

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Recurrent inflammation of the eye can be due to recurrent uveitis, recurrent iritis and a host of other conditions. The...

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I am a 62 year old female. About 8 yearsao I had a successful bone marrow transplant for AML and all annual checkups have been good. Now I have...

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You have a history of AML (Acute Myeloid Leukamia) for which you were...

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