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What is a stem cell transplant and how can it treat my cancer?

Stem cells are like blank slates that can transform into any other kind of cell in your body. If your cancer affects your blood, you might have a stem cell transplant. This factsheet will help you understand what that means, what it involves and how you might feel afterwards.
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