Study on mice shows compound might help leukemia patients

09/3/2009 | Google

A study on mice showed that the prostaglandin E2 compound has the capacity to produce fast-acting blood stem cells. The drug could hasten bone marrow recovery in leukemia patients who underwent stem cell transplants, according to the study.

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