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FAQ: Can a bone marrow transplant change your DNA?

During a bone marrow transplant, the patient receives the donor’s stem cells and their DNA within the cells. After a transplant, the patient will naturally still have their own DNA, but they will also have traces of the donor’s DNA in their blood. And according to some research, the donor’s DNA might also be found in the patient’s urine and nail cells.

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