No improvement of survival with reduced- versus high-intensity conditioning for allogeneic stem cell transplants in Ewing tumor patients

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Thiel, U. ; Wawer, A. ; Wolf, P. ; Badoglio, M. ; Santucci, A. ; Klingebiel, T. ; Basu, O. ; Borkhardt, A. ; Laws, H.-J ; Kodera, Y. ; Yoshimi, A. ; Peters, C. ; Ladenstein, R. ; Pession, A. ; Prete, A. ; Urban, E.-C ; Schwinger, W. ; Bordigoni, P. ; Salmon, A. ; Diaz, M. A. ; Afanasyev, B. ; Lisukov, I. ; Morozova, E. ; Toren, A. ; Bielorai, B. ; Korsakas, J. ; Fagioli, F. ; Caselli, D. ; Ehninger, G. ; Gruhn, B. ... view all 61 authors (2017)

Background: Outcomes of Ewing tumor (ET) patients treated with allogeneic stem cell transplantation (allo-SCT) were compared regarding the use of reduced-intensity conditioning (RIC) and high-intensity conditioning (HIC) regimens as well as human leukocyte antigen (HLA)... View more
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