Peripheral Blood Stem Cells: 1909 to the Nineties

  • D. M. McCarthy

Abstract

Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation from a fully matched sibling donor is now the treatment of choice for many malignant and nonmalignant diseases. Since many patients do not have a suitable sibling donor and because grafting from either a mismatched family donor or from a fully matched unrelated donor at present carries considerable risk, the role of autotransplantation, especially for the treatment of haematological and other malignancies, has been explored. Useful results have been obtained with this approach particularly in acute myeloid leukaemia [79, 4], and phase 3 multicentre trials, which examine the effect of autografting in acute myeloid leukaemia patients in first complete remission, are in progress. The roles of autografting in Hodgkin’s [80, 15] and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma [69, 61], multiple myeloma [6] and various non-haematological malignancies [81, 26, 82] are being actively investigated.

Keywords

Lymphoma Hydrocortisone Sarcoma Cyclophosphamide Neuroblastoma 

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  • D. M. McCarthy
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  1. 1.Haematology DepartmentCharing Cross and Westminster Medical SchoolLondonUK

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