Melphalan/TBI is not more carcinogeneic than cyclophosphamide/TBI for transplant conditioning: Follow-up of 725 patients from a single centre over a period of 26 years

S. Kulkarni, R. Powles*, J. Treleaven, S. Singhal, C. Horton, B. Sirohi, N. Bhagawati, D. Tait, R. Saso, S. Killick, R. Pinkerton, A. Atra, S. Meller, J. Mehta

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