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Join thousands of other patients, caregivers and family members who are sharing their transplant experiences, asking questions and learning from one another.
Use our free, easy-to-understand resources to help you learn about transplant, plan for what’s ahead, adjust to life after transplant, and connect with other transplant patients.
All resources are available to you at no cost,
including translated resources in many languages.
Online: Educational resources catalog
Call: 1 (888) 999-6743
Join us for the first ever GVHD Day on February 17 and help raise awareness around the need for more research to prevent and treat this disease. The day will focus on the need to better support over 15,000 people whose daily life and happiness is currently affected by GVHD. Learn more, access a variety of educational resources and support tools and share with your community by visiting: https://www.gvhdalliance.org/gvhd-day/. Together we will rally to support the graft-versus-host disease community!
We cover a variety of topics in our live telephone webinars and have
provided access to recordings of previous webinars to help you understand transplant. Register for an event
Living Now e-newsletter
Stay connected with other transplant recipients through this free e-newsletter. Get tips for healthy living after transplant and hear from others who share their stories and experiences. Subscribe now and read articles from previous editions on our blog.
National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Guidelines for patients
These step-by-step guides provide you with the latest advances in cancer care and features:
- Questions to ask your doctors
- Patient friendly illustrations
- Glossaries of terms and acronyms
View and download Guidelines for Patients
CAR-T Cell Therapy
CAR-T cells are a new way to treat some cancers using gene therapy. This treatment helps your own immune system find and destroy cancer cells.
The treatments using CAR-T cells are primarily for people who have had other standard treatments, like chemo or transplant, in which the treatments haven’t worked and the disease has relapsed or is refractory.
Watch this video to learn what CAR-T cell therapy is, who it may be for, and the risk and benefits of the treatment.
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