Coronavirus Safety: What Can We Learn From This Stem Cell Transplant Survivor During These Days of Social-Distancing?

Updated March 21st, 2020

Coronavirus Safety: What Can We Learn From This Stem Cell Transplant Survivor During These Days of Social-Distancing?

Going to an empty school track to be outside and reengaging with family-- the same infection-risk techniques we're all learning now, are familiar to anyone who's undergone a stem cell transplant.

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