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The impact of high-intensity conditioning prior to allogeneic stem cell transplantation in patients with chemorefractory or relapsed T-cell lymphoma.
B. Glass
Honoraria - Roche
Research Funding - Roche
J. Hasenkamp
No relevant relationships to disclose
W. Jung
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C. Wilhelm
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G. Held
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M. Nickelsen
Honoraria - Roche
Research Funding - Roche
M. Pfreundschuh
Consultant or Advisory Role - Roche
Honoraria - Roche
Research Funding - Roche
N. Schmitz
Consultant or Advisory Role - Roche
Honoraria - Roche
Research Funding - Roche
L. H. Truemper
Honoraria - Roche
Research Funding - Roche
G. Wulf
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