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Toxicity profile informs decision on preferred conditioning regimen in autologous transplant for neuroblastoma

The stem cell transplant regimen that was commonly used in the United States to treat advanced neuroblastoma in children appears to be more toxic than the equally effective regimen employed in Europe and Egypt, according to a new study.
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