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The traditional approach to allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation involves the administration of myeloablative preparative regimens. This form of conditioning is associated with a relatively high incidence of regimen-related toxicity. As a result, candidates for allogeneic stem cell transplantation may be excluded owing to advanced age or co-morbid medical illness. Recently, so-called "non-myeloablative" regimens have been introduced, where less intense conditioning therapy is useddoi:10.1080/1024533021000008209 pmid:12243977 fatcat:t5fcu543z5g6jk5yf7sfxkdwo4