Bone Marrow

Bone marrow is the tissue responsible for the creation of red and white blood cells. This sponge-like tissue is located in the hollow center of all human bones, and it is often transplanted from health people to those afflicted with leukemia, bone cancer and other varieties of cancer.

Bone marrow is the tissue responsible for the creation of red and white blood cells. This sponge-like tissue is located in the hollow center of all human bones, and it is often transplanted from health people to those afflicted with leukemia, bone cancer and other varieties of cancer.

Author: Joe Lovrek

Born in Houston, Raised in Trinity Texas