Blood versus bone marrow cytogenetics

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Stupid AND ignorant

Brisbane, Australia

#1 Jan 17, 2013
If a chromosomal abnormality is detected in peripheral blood, does that mean the condition is congenital and not acquired?

Can a bone marrow transplant "cure" a congenital chromosome abnormality?

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