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Patient-reported social and behavioral determinants of health and a social genomics profile in patients receiving bone marrow transplants

We collected clinical data from a recent study conducted by The Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR). This included blood samples and surveys from patients receiving bone marrow transplants describing their quality of life and social well-being.

Blood samples were used for RNA sequencing to measure a social genomic expression pattern (CTRA) and mapped onto patient-reported outcome surveys. Pinpointing psychosocial and socioenvironmental factors that are important to patients, like social well-being and quality of life, and are linked to medical outcomes like relapse and survival. 

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