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This title draws on the expertise of over fifty contributors from around the world, all of whom are active and recognised authorities in the field. It reviews the very best of current transplantation practice world-wide across the whole of the discipline, covering autologous and allogeneic transplantation, malignant and non-malignant disorders, and infections. The book first covers the place of stem-cell transplantation in treatment of disease, then deals with practical aspects from pre-transplant work-ups to long-term follow-up.
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John Barrett Kerfoot (March 1, 1816—July 10, 1881) served as Rector of the College of St. James near Hagerstown, Maryland, as President of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and as the first Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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