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Researchers are now discovering unexpected activities of blood stem cells by stu

Researchers are now discovering unexpected activities of blood stem cells by studying them during infection.

By Christopher Hall & Philip Crosier

Chemotherapy takes a huge toll on the immune system, but new research into blood stem cell proliferation could improve the recovery of patients.

Christopher Hall is a Senior Research Fellow and Philip Crosier is a Professor of Molecular Medicine at The University of Auckland’s Department of Molecular Medicine and Pathology.

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