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SocialCurrentSee✅® newsletter in TriloGi® - Issue #55

Michael & Dee Dee Foxworth ▶ TriloGi® bloggers since 2011
Michael & Dee Dee Foxworth ▶ TriloGi® bloggers since 2011
✅  TriloGi® Thematic ▶ “STEM CELL TRANSPLANTS” ▶ in a personal experience 14 years ago (August 2007)
IN Spotlight search ▶ Ryotaro Nakamura, M.D. ▶ a leading oncologist and hematologist at City of Hope since 2006, to whom I am grateful for 15 years of care for my MCL Journey.
✅ “Since joining the City of Hope in 2002, Ryotaro Nakamura, M.D., has been at the forefront of leading-edge research in stem cell transplantation with a focus on immune reconstitution and graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). His clinical and research expertise extends to leukemia and bone marrow failure syndrome including aplastic anemia, myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), and other rare diseases such as paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) and large granular lymphocyte (LGL) disease. Among his promising projects: Development of vaccines against cytomegalovirus (CMV) and COVID-19 for transplant recipients, novel immunotherapy with bi-specific CMV-CD19CAR-T cells, new therapy/prevention of GVHD using microbiome-directed therapy. Furthermore, he has led a national study of older adults with MDS to compare survival according to the donor availability and define the role of stem cell transplantation for this group of patients. 
✅ "Dr. Nakamura trained in Japan and served a fellowship in hematology and oncology at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, before arriving at City of Hope’s Hematologic Malignancies and Stem Cell Transplantation Institute, which includes the Center for Stem Cell TransplantationJudy and Bernard Briskin Center for Multiple Myeloma Research, Toni Stephenson Lymphoma Center and Gehr Family Center for Leukemia Research. Dr. Nakamura serves as the Director of the Center for Stem Cell Transplantation.”
✅ Regarding these microblogger archives, journals are privately written and some publically posted IN… 
✅ See posts accounts IN FLIPBOARD and other microblogs synched within LINKEDINTWITTERGETTR, & FREETALK. As usual, a ‘TriloGi®’ (three different search engines) help compose the lineup today with some commentary marked via a simple ✅…

How can stem cell therapy cure diseases? ▶ Quora Q&A
Bone Marrow Transplant, Stem Cell Transplants ▶ City of Hope ‘CAnswers’
Lymphoma ▶ Learn About Lymphatic System Blood Cancers ▶ LLS
Home ▶ Cancer Today
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Best CANSWERIST® stories ▶ 
City of Hope (microblogger) archive
CAnswersDAILY® IN TriloGi® SOCIALCURRENTSEE.COM® in magazines, sites, blogs for common interest developments (more than HOAs) ▶ news.altacities.com® ▶
✅ Beyond these communities of sites,   @ALTALOMAN is the curator and archivist of content within social media that deal with the far-reaching topics of cancer and recovery, philanthropy and nonprofits, and common interest developments, aka homeowner associations (HOAs), as if that’s enough to follow for a retired boomer in TriloGi®.
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WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU FIND THINGS, THE THINGS YOU FIND CHANGE
WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU FIND THINGS, THE THINGS YOU FIND CHANGE
CANSWERS♥Daily stories ▶ Stem Cells, Medical Sciences, Oncology
I love the Lord because he has heard my appeal for mercy. Because he has turned his ear to me, I will call out to him as long as I live. ~ Ps. 116:1-2
I love the Lord because he has heard my appeal for mercy. Because he has turned his ear to me, I will call out to him as long as I live. ~ Ps. 116:1-2
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In multicellular organisms, stem cells are undifferentiated or partially differentiated cells that can differentiate into various types of cells and proliferate indefinitely to produce more of the same stem cell. They are the earliest type of cell in a cell lineage.
In multicellular organisms, stem cells are undifferentiated or partially differentiated cells that can differentiate into various types of cells and proliferate indefinitely to produce more of the same stem cell. They are the earliest type of cell in a cell lineage.
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Michael & Dee Dee Foxworth ▶ TriloGi® bloggers since 2011
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