A recent report uncovers that a woman after searching for a matching bone marrow all across the globe, has finally received the same at a hospital after her final search on Facebook.
Pamela Bou Sejean from Belmont had been diagnosed with Hogkin's Lymphoma tumour, while she was failing again and again to get a donor for herself. She has successfully undergone a surgery on Monday and has received a blood infusion.
It has been told that the stem cells taken from overseas umbilical cords, including one from America and another from Spain, have been helpful in improving her immune system. She has reported herself as better than her expectation.
"I had one bag (of blood) at 10.30 which took half an hour and another close to midday and found out one (cord) is from Spain and one from America", she told.
It is being said that if her transplant continues to go fully well, the deadly tumour would be killed by the new cells, which would see the same as foreign.
The lady is now for the number of white cells to become zero, following which her tumour would be analyzed by doctors to determine any rejection amongst the donor's cells.
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