Definition of 'bone marrow'
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Signals are sent to the bone marrow to produce more white blood cells, which can arteries. The Sun (2017)Now blood tests have shown the cancer is gone, paving the way for a bone marrow transplant to ensure it stays away. The Sun (2016)The situation was that I needed to give my bone marrow. The Sun (2016)Doctors told him he was unlikely to live much longer without a bone marrow transplant. The Sun (2010)The way was paved for transplantation of bone marrow cells in human beings. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The only effective cure at present involves a bone marrow transplant from a donor with matching tissue. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He told stunned families at a holiday park that he was to have preliminary treatment for a bone marrow transplant next month. The Sun (2014)We've been told she needs a bone marrow transplant. The Sun (2015)The recycled iron is stored in the liver, spleen and bone marrow until needed. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)We could do bone marrow transplants, but in those days it was very toxic. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He needs an urgent bone marrow transplant and may not see his 10th birthday. The Sun (2009)His favourite dish is also mine: salty roasted bone marrow on toast. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If that fails, her only chance is to have a bone marrow transplant. The Sun (2007)After four rounds of chemo, doctors discovered she also has a degenerative bone marrow condition and needs a stem cell donor. The Sun (2015)My white blood cell count sank so low that I needed injections to boost my bone marrow production. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A court doctor talked of his old shrapnel wound, his serious bone marrow problem and his heart murmur. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Before beginning a bone marrow transplant, his German doctors advised him temporarily to stop his medication. Times, Sunday Times (2013)THE third of four young brothers with a rare disease is set to return to school after a life-saving bone marrow transplant. The Sun (2006)We were told he wouldn't live ten unless he had a bone marrow transplant - something that filled me full of dread. The Sun (2014)
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British English: bone marrow NOUN
Bone marrow is the soft fatty substance inside human or animal bones.
There are 2,000 children worldwide who need a bone marrow transplant.
Definition of bone marrow from the Collins English Dictionary
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