A friend of mine who has AML went to one of her oncologists today and she was discussing me with him. I spent 31 days in the hospital with her, so he remembered me. He told her about some work being done at John Hopkins with a bone marrow transplant with your own stem cells that is for people with fibro and other autoimmune disease/connective tissue diseases. They do this to reboot your system. Supposedly they are having some very good success with it. Has anyone else heard of it? Is it a trial, experimental, or are they the only ones at this point performing this operation? Whatever, I'm willing to jump in with both feet. I don't know how to look it up or research it. So I'm asking, has anyone heard anything....
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