A new blood test can discern whether a skin rash signals a high-risk complication or just a minor nuisance in people who have undergone a bone marrow transplant, researchers report in the Jan. 6 Science Translational Medicine. The test may also identify early on which patients face long odds and need aggressive treatment for the complication.
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