At what point do the transfusions start post stem cell transplant?

2021.11.29 02:35 WheresPlatypusPerry At what point do the transfusions start post stem cell transplant?

The blood count is brought to near zero, but what is the safe range for WBC and Platelet at which the transfusions may start?
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2021.11.29 02:35 OliveYouBean [Australian rules football] Why Adelaide and Port Adelaide hate each other so much

Disclaimer: I am an Adelaide Crows fan. I have attempted to tell this story with as little bias as possible, but there's every chance a Port fan would tell it differently.
Australian rules football Australian rules football (usually called “Aussie rules” or just “footy”) is a sport played in Australia. Its first set of rules were written in 1859, making it the oldest codified football game in the world. The general goal of the sport is to score by kicking an oval-shaped ball between a set of goal posts erected at either end of an oval-shaped field. Unlike soccer, you’re allowed to pick up the ball with your hands, but unlike rugby or American football, you’re not allowed to throw the ball. Instead, the ball is either kicked or handballed. It’s a full-contact sport, but unlike American football there is no protective equipment worn. If you want a run-down of the game, this five-minute video is a good brief overview.
Aussie rules is not rugby. Getting Australia’s different football codes mixed up is a very easy way to get on our nerves, and that’s not something you want to do.
Traditionally, Australian rules football has been played in Australia’s southern states, while the northern states have preferred rugby (both union and league). Today, all three codes are played professionally across the country along with soccer, but the historical divide is still very much in place and Aussie rules remains the dominant winter sport in the states of Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia. The highest level of competition is the Australian Football League (AFL), which has 18 professional teams.
Historical background Due to the huge distances between Australia’s biggest cities, there was no national Australian rules football competition for most of the 20th century. Instead, each of the three main Aussie rules states had their own top-level leagues: the West Australian Football League (WAFL) in Western Australia, the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) in South Australia, and the Victorian Football League (VFL) in Victoria (Tasmania was also a traditional Aussie rules state, but it had no statewide competition as such, and its smaller population meant the mainland states basically ignored them, something that remains an issue to this day). These were all suburban competitions. Of the 28 teams across the three leagues, only one (Geelong in the VFL) was based outside the suburbs of their state’s capital city. At different points there were attempts to create a “Championship of Australia” with matches between teams from different states, but as time went on the VFL teams became dominant over the teams from other states because Victoria’s bigger population and the VFL’s financial success meant they were able to lure talent from other states. From 1968 to 1975, a Victorian team was crowned Champion of Australia every year except one, and after 1975 the idea was pretty much abandoned.
With the VFL becoming the most powerful of the three big leagues, they started expanding nationwide in the 1980’s. South Melbourne Football Club relocated to Sydney in 1982 to become the Sydney Swans, the first professional Australian rules football team in a northern state, and in 1987 the VFL the West Coast Eagles in Western Australia and the Brisbane Bears in Queensland, giving the competition a team in every mainland state except for South Australia. To reflect their status as Australia’s de facto national competition, in 1990 the VFL officially renamed itself the Australian Football League, and they have since become the sport’s official governing body.
Why most South Australians hated Port Adelaide The Port Adelaide Football Club was founded in 1870, and in 1877 they became a founding member of the SANFL (then known as SAFA). They’re one of only two teams to have competed in every season, and they’ve won the SANFL premiership 36 times (the most of any team across the three big state leagues by a big margin). In that time, Port Adelaide became the biggest and most widely-supported team in the league, and they made enemies of basically every other team.
There’s a number of reasons why Port Adelaide became the most hated team in South Australia. There’s definitely an element of classism (which somewhat remains to this day), as Port Adelaide’s traditional base was in a blue-collar part of Adelaide. This is most evident in their rivalry with Norwood (South Australia’s second-most successful club), who come from a traditionally white-collar part of Adelaide. Because of their huge fan base from a traditionally lower-class part of the city, a lot of the hate just comes from hating their supporters.
The other big reason just comes from them being so successful. From 1877 to 1996 they won at least one SANFL Grand Finals against every other team in the competition, so everyone has at least one on-field reason to hold a grudge.
Drama: Adding a South Australian team to the VFL/AFL The SANFL clubs saw the expansion of the VFL in the 1980’s as an existential threat, with legitimate concerns that the clubs would cease to exist if the VFL completed its national takeover. There were different responses from different clubs. As the two most successful SANFL clubs, Port Adelaide and Norwood both made attempts to join the VFL through the 1980’s, but nothing came of them. The other six teams feared that if Port Adelaide and Norwood joined the VFL, then the SANFL would become a low-rate amateur competition with no hope of survival. The state’s best players continued to defect to the VFL, and virtually all SANFL clubs were running at a loss because they could no longer compete with the VFL.
Once the VFL renamed itself to the AFL in 1990, the SANFL clubs all agreed to postpone discussions about joining the national competition until 1993. This was mostly an attempt from the smaller clubs to keep themselves alive a little bit longer by making sure that Port Adelaide and Norwood couldn’t leave them behind. Unfortunately for the SANFL, it didn’t deter the AFL from trying to get a team in South Australia, and it didn’t deter Port Adelaide or Norwood from continuing negotiations with the AFL in secret. Eventually, the AFL came to an agreement with Port Adelaide that the club would join the AFL in the 1991 season.
When news of Port Adelaide’s deal with the devil became public, the state as a whole turned on them. Even Norwood, who had still been engaged in their own negotiations to join the AFL, switched sides and helped fund a supreme court challenge to stop Port Adelaide from joining the AFL.
The nine non-Port Adelaide clubs rushed to come up with an alternate plan: they would create a composite team representing the whole state, which would join the AFL. This team was named the Adelaide Crows (“Crows” comes from the moniker “Crow-Eaters”, which had been the name of the state’s representative team in earlier “State of Origin” competitions). The AFL preferred this option to Port Adelaide joining because it meant they had the potential to draw all South Australian fans to the league instead of just those from one or two clubs, so the Adelaide Crows were given a license to join the AFL in 1991 and became the first South Australian team in the competition.
The events of 1990 soured South Australians against Port Adelaide more than ever before, and as the 1990 SANFL season came to an end things got very tense. There was a strong sense that it was the end of an era, and that South Australians were capitulating to Victorians.
Port Adelaide made it to the 1990 SANFL Grand Final, where they played against and defeated Glenelg. Glenelg’s coach Graham Cornes gave a scathing speech against Port Adelaide after the game:

I want to tell you that you want to enjoy this moment for what it is because the good times are well and truly gone. Apart from Jack [John Cahill, Port Adelaide’s coach] and the players there are a couple of individuals out there who are responsible for that and make sure you enjoy tonight because the good times will not happen again.
Ironically, Graham Cornes then became the inaugural coach of the Adelaide Crows in 1991.
Aftermath The Adelaide Crows were given free rein to select any South Australian player ahead of the 1991 season, side-stepping the AFL's player draft altogether, and they were immediately competitive, winning their first match against 1991 premiers Hawthorn by 86 points. The team made it to the AFL finals for the first time in 1993 and won their first AFL premiership in 1997.
Port Adelaide didn’t spend much time licking their wounds. After winning the 1990 SANFL premiership, they won another four in 1992, 1994, 1995, and 1996. In 1997, they were finally allowed to join the AFL because the league needed to fill a spot that had become vacated when the Brisbane Bears merged with Fitzroy, becoming the Brisbane Lions. They were replaced in the SANFL by the “completely different” Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club which took on the team’s home ground, mascot, fan base, and a lot of their players who didn’t make the jump up to the AFL. The two “separate” clubs officially merged in 2010, with the SANFL team now operating as a reserves team for the AFL team. They've managed to expand their appeal beyond just the fans of the original SANFL club, and they're pretty much on par with the Adelaide Crows in terms of the number of supporters.
Port Adelaide and the Adelaide Crows play each other twice a year in a game creatively called the Showdown, and thanks to the events surrounding the two clubs’ entrance into the competition, it’s one of the fiercest rivalries in the league. Regardless of how well the teams are doing, the Showdown consistently creates an entertaining contest. Currently, Port Adelaide hold the advantage in Showdowns, winning 26 to Adelaide’s 24 (this is one of the narrowest leads in match-ups between any pair of teams in the AFL), and 18 of the 50 Showdowns have been decided by two goals or less. To some fans, winning the Showdown is more important than actual AFL success.
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2021.11.29 02:35 EestiMentioned [/r/CryptoMars] Centaurify - ⚡ Launching Now on BSC

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2021.11.29 02:35 ADPXEROX No matter how many showers they take, which celebrity just looks dirty?

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2021.11.29 02:35 socialcomputinglab Interview request: Research of how technology/the internet harmed or helped shape QAnon/other conspiracy beliefs

We are human-computer interaction and computer science researchers from the University of Washington studying how technology impacts people’s belief systems.
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2021.11.29 02:35 PlasticAd4410 Will there be any new reward cards added after Dec 8th?

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2021.11.29 02:35 ljp001 Magnesium

I’ve seen a few things on magnesium supplements helping blood sugar and pcos symptoms.. anyone in this group taking magnesium /have you seen a change?
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2021.11.29 02:35 Long_Reply6715 What helps you go to sleep when you can't?

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2021.11.29 02:35 Absoliant My FE3H Challenge Run Poll 7!

This should hopefully be the last one. The house will be decided depending on the number of students from each houses. The other units I may use will probably be decided by my house choice. I will make another poll if I run into a problem about the challenge, thanks Reddit!
See the original poll to learn what the hell I'm doing.
I'll post tomorrow decide my house and other shenanigans.
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2021.11.29 02:35 FARHAN4700 Hmm,similarities

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2021.11.29 02:35 Teacher-Record Online Science teacher

Salary: 20USD-22USD/Hour
Online English teachers needed (Science teacher)
We now need English teachers who can teach science subject.
The students have intermediate level of English, around 5-12 years old.
Our class time are mostly evenings on weekdays and weekends (beijing time), normally 6pm-10pm Beijing time.
Job description:
home-based work.
- preparing class and delivering lessons as required
- give feedback after class and correct homework
- able to instruct k12 English according to core standards
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- creative and energetic
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- Willing to commit to a regular weekly working schedule
- Proficient in general PC literacy and online web conferencing platforms
- Able to deliver engaging, interesting class
Weekly Working Hours
6-10PM BJT from Monday to Sunday , and 8am-12pm BJT on weekends morning too, but hours are flexible, you can pick up your free time slots, but once you take any classes, you have to commit for the next 8 months.
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2021.11.29 02:35 disanddatmedia Ethan and the crew need to see this abomination of a pizza pie

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2021.11.29 02:35 Gamer_Geo Day 29 - Video Game - Team Fortress 2's Baby Face Blast

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2021.11.29 02:35 HowkinsW anime_best_moments

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2021.11.29 02:35 kiwi-hugs What was the semi-popular predecessor to this style from "Fine an Island" by BENEE?

It's driving me insane! A similar instrumentation and an accented voice. Sassy. Driving beat with staccato piano. Twangs that pop and ascend. Please help!
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2021.11.29 02:35 catboyroyer2002 [19M4F] [Relationship] New Jersey/Anywhere looking for a long term relationship and hopefully my life long partner or even just someone to talk to or anything in between

This is long so prepare yourself
Hi All,
I’ve been very lonely over the last couple years made worse due to the pandemic so here i am posting here to try and me new people (Romantic, Friends or even just to chat)
Games i like to play: Minecraft, Forza Horizon, The Sims, pretty much anything within the simulation and racing genres, and im always willing to learn a new game
I’m starting to get into live streaming on Twitch.tv
I’m 19 currently a college student, I love to travel, spend time with family, I play a lot of video games And spend too much time on social media
I always will try and understand you and will always support you
If you want to know anything else lmk
I’m a big Disney fan
I’ve been trying to start watching some anime
I can’t stand when people don’t have a sense of humor i love dirty and messed up jokes so if you don’t like that then maybe you’re not for me
I’m a night owl
I have 3 cats
I love all animals
If anything i mentioned interest you please feel free to message me i prefer to talk on discord message me here and ill send my Discord or TwitteInsta if you prefer
Long Distance is ok however I don’t what it to be online exclusive so if you are not up to meet in person at some point once we build a connection don’t bother
I’m from NJ, US
Preferably Ages 18-25
I also eventually want to have a big family (2-4 kids)
I also have Autism/Asperger’s, and I’m bipolar
Here’s some pics of me (some with my cats) : https://imgur.com/a/mH8w2Ns
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2021.11.29 02:35 Dakhil The Telegraph: "Nvidia at risk of $1.25bn loss if Arm takeover falls through"

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2021.11.29 02:35 Jack-Straw72 Snapped em up for $300, they have some warts but don’t think it’s a bust. Anyone messed with these? AR-3a

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2021.11.29 02:35 Pure-Ad-7029 Sources

Ok, so I have been hitting it pretty hard (at least relatively speaking for me) - goodwill, antique shops, estate sales (online and in person) and haven't come up with much - a bit of sterling chain and charms - most items aren't stamped so I pass or straight up "silverplate" inscription...coins at auction typically go for wayyy more than their worth (not an expert but a quick look up of general value, plus auction buyer's premium, plus sales tax and that is just for local, no shipping). While I enjoy the estate sales in particular just cuz I'm kindy nosey like that, when I want to stack, I want to stack...smartly. Sooooo my friends, other than scouring bullion exchanges (and finding for the time, cost ratio JM seems pretty safe all the time) what say you on where to look? Or is this just the way it is and while it seems every other post is "look at this find" - I have to remember that there likely hundreds of folks looking, not finding and not posting their "no find" results. Many thanks, enjoy and appreciate the group and knowledge on here very much!
Tim
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2021.11.29 02:35 jiii95 transfer situation - transcript containing recognized courses without grades

I transferred from a university, and the second university didn't convert grades, only recognized credit points. I am applying to a PhD degree, and they ask to convert grades to GPA, and I don't know how to do it, or rather how they will handle this.
Do you have any suggestion how to convert a transcript to GPA with Recognized courses without grade and Pass/fail type ones?
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