National Institutes of Health Chronic Graft-versus-Host Disease Staging in Severely Affected Patients: Organ and Global Scoring Correlate with Established Indicators of Disease Severity and Prognosis

Kristin Baird, Seth M. Steinberg, Lana Grkovic, Drazen Pulanic, Edward W. Cowen, Sandra A. Mitchell, Kirsten M. Williams, Manuel B. Datiles, Rachel Bishop, Carol W. Bassim, Jacqueline W. Mays, Dean Edwards, Kristen Cole, Daniele N. Avila, Tiffany Taylor, Amanda Urban, Galen O. Joe, Leora E. Comis, Ann Berger, Pamela StrattonDan Zhang, James H. Shelhamer, Juan C. Gea-Banacloche, Claude Sportes, Daniel H. Fowler, Ronald E. Gress, Steven Z. Pavletic

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