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Outcomes data for hematopoietic cell transplants (bone marrow, PBSC, or cord blood transplants — BMT) available here include data on outcomes of autologous and allogeneic transplants collected by the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research® (CIBMTR). Also available are CIBMTR data on trends in transplantation and data on unrelated donor and cord blood transplants from the National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP), which operates Be The Match®. Analyses of NMDP transplants between 1987-2010 for all major diseases for which transplant is indicated have shown that in each disease category, survival has consistently, and sometimes dramatically, improved over time. For details, see Improvements in Unrelated Donor Transplantation.
Severe aplastic anemia: Survival of marrow transplant patients by age (adult or pediatric), unrelated donor transplants facilitated by the NMDP, 2000-2009.For discussion of these data, see Transplant Outcomes by Disease and Disease Stage and Severe Aplastic Anemia & Fanconi Anemia — NMDP Transplant Outcomes.
NMDP transplants by cell source, 1989-2012. (NMDP data are fiscal year data through September 30, 2012.)
For discussion of these data, see Trends in Allogeneic Transplants.
NMDP transplants by cell source, pediatric recipients, 1989-2012.
NMDP transplants by patient diagnosis, malignant diseases, 2002-2012.
NMDP transplants by patient diagnosis, non-malignant disorders, 2002-2012.
NMDP transplants by recipient age and year, 2001-2012.
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