N. B. KURNICK, M.D., F.A.C.P.; BERNARD H. FEDER, M.D.; ANDREW MONTANO, B.S.; JAMES C. GERDES, M.D.; ROBERT NAKAMURA, M.D.
This paper includes and extends the material presented at the meeting of the College a year ago.1 Since that time, we and others have had further experience with attempts to transplant donor bone marrow. Nothing in this experience causes us to alter the opinion we expressed a year ago, that donation of bone marrow in man has met with no more than transitory success, lasting up to a few weeks at best. Multiple blood group compatibility provides no guarantee of donor tissue compatibility. It is not at present possible to assure that immune mechanisms of the human recipient will not
KURNICK NB, FEDER BH, MONTANO A, et al. SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF POSTIRRADIATION HEMATOPOIETIC DEPRESSION IN MAN BY THE INFUSION OF STORED AUTOGENOUS BONE MARROW*†. Ann Intern Med. 1959;51:1204–1219. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-51-6-1204
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