Bone Marrow Transplant

Bone Marrow Transplant News

‘Mummy, I promise to wear a mask, let me play’

Diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, 9-year-old needs Rs 50 lakh for a life-saving bone marrow transplant.

Docs call for setting up bone marrow registry

Many other families have volunteered to turn potential donors to help others who may not be so lucky.


New type of blood stem cell can solve platelet shortage

It may prove beneficial for patients who have undergone chemotherapy.

Organ rejection no more?

Stem cells transplant can ‘trick’ immune system into accepting organs from mismatched,unrelated donor

The Will & The Way

“I still remember January 14,2010,as if it were yesterday,” says Satish Khandade. Khandade,who works with the Defence Research and Development Organisation,was diagonised with Acute Myeloid Leukemia last year.

The Root Cause

With advancements in medical science and technology,Bone Marrow Transplant is fast becoming one of the most accepted surgical procedures by patients suffering from cancer and other related ailments.


SGPGI to get separate unit for bone marrow transplant

A separate unit for bone marrow transplant is being established at the hematology department of Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science — the only government hospital in the state to offer bone marrow transplantation.

The final frontier

K Murlidharan, 55-years-age was devastated when he learnt that he was suffering from Multiple Myeloma.

Making no bones

The advent of bone marrow transplant and then stem cell transplant have made the difference of life and death for the patients with blood cancers,lymphoma, myeloma...

Study weighs benefits of transplants for leukemia

Patients with acute forms the blood cancer appear to do better if they have bone marrow as opposed to blood stem cell transplants,scientists said.