Blood and marrow transplants are among the most effective treatments for certain hematologic and lymphatic cancers. At Baylor Scott & White Health, our
blood and bone marrow transplant process and programs offer new hope for patients dealing with life-threatening cancers.
You may be a candidate for an adult blood stem cell or marrow transplant if you are facing a diagnosis of certain cancers, including:
Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, has one of the nation's oldest
blood and marrow transplant programs.
National Marrow Donor Program
The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) was started in 1986 to serve as a national database of tissue types from individuals willing to donate marrow to patients needing a marrow transplant. Since that time, the registry, now called the Be The Match® Registry, has over 8 million individuals registered. It is linked with registries all over the world, making it an international registry to serve any patient needing a transplant anywhere in the world.