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Mel

Hello again, I am wondering if an autologous transplant in a 40 year old is likely to be similar to an allogenic transplant for a 70 year old. My husband had the latter and my son is facing the former. I would like to be reassured that autologous is likely to be less onerous. I believe some people recover much more quickly .....and profoundly hope so. My husband's transplant was 2yrs 2 months ago and he is now doing quite well but it's not been plain sailing andthere are still ongoing issues and concerns . I want to believe my son will recover more quickly and better - without the GvHD but also the rest. I just read one post which said the patient recovered in 16 days.....could this really be even possible? Hopefully, Mel

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