- adj. Attributive form of bone marrow, noun.
“There just are not enough people who are at home in the daytime to watch," Ms. Winfrey said in a video to communicate what she called the "bone-marrow truth" to fans who asked her to put the shows on her new cable channel.”
“Prospects who make it past the initial screening get a swab kit, originally developed for the national bone-marrow registry, so they can test their blood type and three important antigens.”
“That was the story in the group's latest foray into medicine, in which it represents cancer patients in their fight for access to bone-marrow donations that can save their lives.”
“When the case got to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, however, the judges reversed unanimously, in effect ruling that most bone-marrow donations can be treated like blood donations, making a pilot compensation program legal and handing IJ's clients a major victory.”
“When doctors were unable to find a bone-marrow match for transplant, Keys and Rihanna became vocal in the search.”
“A child or adult who needs a bone-marrow transplant must first be matched with a donor, whose bone marrow is compatible with the recipient's.”
“Udeze underwent a bone-marrow transplant from his brother, Thomas Barnes in July 2008.”
“A Phoenix-area man, Mark Price, died Nov. 28 of complications from preparation for a bone-marrow transplant that was to be privately funded.”
“The first death, according to the Arizona Republic, wasMark Price, a leukemia patient who needed a bone-marrow transplant...”
“More to Live For 7 p.m., November 9: Jazz saxophonist Michael Brecker is one of three cancer patients searching for a life-saving bone-marrow transplant in the documentary playing at Boettcher Concert Hall, followed by a tribute concert by Grammy Award-winning trumpeter Chris Botti and the Colorado Symphony.”
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