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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)Long-term exposure can also damage bone marrow and blood production. The Sun (2007)There is also an acute shortage of bone marrow and stem cell donors. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The only effective cure at present involves a bone marrow transplant from a donor with matching tissue. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was while at medical school that he became interested in the bone marrow and in leukaemia. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is expecting to have a bone marrow transplant operation in the next few weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Doctors told him he was unlikely to live much longer without a bone marrow transplant. The Sun (2010)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)It is a slice of beef or veal shin, full of rich marrow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A bone marrow donor is the best way to treat the condition. The Sun (2015)The procedure involves constructing a mould in the shape of the bone required and filling it with the patient 's bone marrow. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A transplant is effective as it replaces the patient 's bone marrow with healthy immune cells. The Sun (2014)We need fat - for the protection of internal organs, for brain tissue and bone marrow. The Sun (2010)But the dad of two found a bone marrow donor - and the transplant in October cured him. The Sun (2010)Fat, cord and teeth are preserved whole; stem cells are removed from blood and marrow before freezing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)For example, I blend old marrow and courgette plants with stiffer asparagus stems. The Sun (2009)A MUM is searching for a bone marrow donor to save her son aged four. The Sun (2010)
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British English: marrow /ˈmærəʊ/ NOUN
A marrow is a long, thick, green vegetable with soft white flesh that is eaten cooked.
- American English: squash vegetable
- Arabic: كُوسَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: tutano
- Chinese: 西葫芦
- Croatian: tikvica
- Czech: dýně
- Danish: græskar
- Dutch: pompoen
- European Spanish: calabaza alargada de cáscara verde
- Finnish: luuydin
- French: moelle
- German: Knochenmark
- Greek: κολοκύθι
- Italian: midollo
- Japanese: 骨髄
- Korean: 골수
- Norwegian: marg
- Polish: szpik kostny
- European Portuguese: tutano
- Romanian: dovlecel
- Russian: кабачок
- Spanish: tuétano
- Swedish: märg
- Thai: บวบฝรั่งขนาดใหญ่
- Turkish: ilik anatomi
- Ukrainian: кабачок
- Vietnamese: quả bầu/bí
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