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Half-Matched Transplants

Dr. Robert Brodsky
Dr. Robert Brodsky,
professor of medicine
and chief of
hematology at Johns
Hopkins Medicine.

 

Robert Brodsky, M.D., professor of medicine and chief of hematology at Johns Hopkins, specializes in the study and treatment of bone marrow failure disorders. Brodsky, along with other researchers at Hopkins, has been instrumental in moving forward with a new procedure known as the half-matched transplant.

Here, he talks about how this procedure works and explains how he cured an adult woman of her crippling sickle cell disease.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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