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Blood and Marrow Transplant Program

​​​​The Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) Program at Baylor University Medical Center  is one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation. Over its 35-year history, 6,000 transplants have been performed. The program saw North Texas’ first adult marrow transplant performed in 1983 and the first matched unrelated donor transplant performed in 1988.

Advanced transplant options for individual patient needs

Our experienced transplant specialists will build a treatment plan that’s tailored to each patient, using advancements achieved through clinical studies including:

  • Less toxic, reduced-intensity transplants (non-myeloablative) for patients with multiple health problems
  • Stem-cell transplant with minimally mismatched or haploidentical offering more patients a donor
  • Reduced post-transplant complications, like graft-versus-host disease, leading to better long-term survival.

Additional Resources for BMT Patients

Baylor Dallas provides a variety of outpatient services to BMT patients.

  • The Oncology Evaluation and Treatment Center (OETC) offers scheduled, non-emergent, after-hours medical care.
  • The Baylor Dallas Infusion Center is located on the ground floor of the Pickens Cancer Hospital and is staffed with specially-trained infusion nurses and technicians who administer chemotherapy and other treatments. Infusion services are provided in 12 private treatment areas with the patient’s comfort and safety in mind. Call 214.865.1032 for more information.
  • Special transplant patient housing is located near Baylor Dallas, in addition to a hotel on campus. Please visit Patient Tools for more information.

For more information on our facilities including Baylor Charles A Sammons Cancer Center for outpatient care and Baylor T. Boone Pickens Cancer Hospital for inpatient care, please visit our locations​​​​.

Oncology Transplant Physicians on the Medical Staff at Baylor Dallas

The six BMT oncology transplant specialists on the medical staff of Baylor University Medical Center and part of Texas Oncology have more than 130 years of combined experience in the field and are dedicated exclusively to the treatment of cancer and blood disorders. Our multidisciplinary BMT care team is comprised of a wide array of healthcare professionals to provide physical, emotional, spiritual, and social support to BMT patients and their families and caregivers.

We are happy to include your referring physician or a friend or family member on a consultation call with the transplant physician.

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