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Bone marrow is the spongy tissue inside some of the bones in the body, including the hip and thigh bones. Bone marrow contains immature cells, called stem cells. Bone marrow produces 200 billion new red blood cells every day, along with white blood cells and platelets. Bone marrow contains mesenchymal and hematopoietic stem cells. Around 10,000 people in the US are diagnosed each year with diseases that require bone marrow transplants. Several diseases pose a threat to bone marrow and prevent bone marrow from turning stem cells into essential cells. Most red blood cells, platelets, and most of the white blood cells are formed in the red marrow. Yellow bone marrow produces fat, cartilage, and bone.  

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