A severely Abnormal immune system

Jenny, a six-year-old child, has a severely abnormal immune system. She has been raised in a germ-free environment since birth. Doctors are attempting a bone marrow transplant to treat Jenny’s condition. 9. What is the usual fate of children who have abnormal immune systems?
Think final outcome. Type answer as one word. ( 1 point) 10. Why has Jenny been raised in a germ-free environment?
Answer in 1 or 2 short sentences. Be sure to explain in your own words, using simple terms, correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Copied and pasted answers may receive 0 credit. ( 2 points)
11. What generic stem cell type is transplanted in a bone marrow transplant? Be specific for blood stem cell.
Type answer as the 1-word clinical term for this cell type. ( 1 point) 12. Why would a bone marrow transplant be a potential treatment for Jenny’s condition? Answer in 1 or 2 short sentences.
Be sure to explain in your own words, using simple terms, correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Copied and pasted answers may receive 0 credit. ( 2 points) 13. Transplanted tissues need to “match” the person for whom they are transplanted. What does this “match” mean? Answer in 1 or 2 short sentences.
Be sure to explain in your own words, using simple terms, correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Copied and pasted answers may receive 0 credit. ( 2 points)
14. Why would the doctor’s be considering Jenny’s brother as a transplant donor? Answer in 1 or 2 short sentences. Be sure to explain in your own words, using simple terms, correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Copied and pasted answers may receive 0 credit. ( 2 point)

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