Conditions Treated






What are some diseases that may benefit from blood and bone marrow transplant?
The following diseases are the ones that most commonly benefit from blood and bone marrow transplant:
While blood and bone marrow transplantation can be curative for many individuals, patients experience diseases differently, and blood and bone marrow transplant may not be appropriate for everyone who suffers from these diseases.
Common conditions treated include:
Acute leukemias

Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML)

Disease status:
• First, second or subsequent remission
• Induction failure
• Relapse

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)
Disease status:
• First, second or subsequent remission
• Induction failure
• Relapse

Transplant type:

• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Chronic leukemias
Chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML)
Disease status:
• Chronic, accelerated or blast phase

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)
Disease status:
• High risk disease
• Relapse

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Lymphomas
Hodgkin's disease
Disease status:
• First or subsequent relapse
• Second or subsequent remission
• Failure to achieve a complete response

Transplant type:
• Autologous
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL)

Disease status:
• First or subsequent relapse
• First remission with high risk disease
• Second or subsequent remission
• Failure to achieve a complete response

Transplant type:
• Autologous
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Plasma cell dyscrasias

Multiple myeloma (MM)

Disease status:
• Stage I (select diseases)
• Stage II or III
• First or subsequent relapse

Transplant type:
• Autologous
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Other hematologic diseases
Aplastic anemia (AA)
Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor


Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS)

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Myeloproliferative diseases (MPN)

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH)

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH)

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor

• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Thalassemias

Transplant type:
• Allogeneic, related donor
• Allogeneic, unrelated donor

Amyloidosis

Transplant type:

• Autologous

Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia

Transplant type:
• Autologous
• Allogeneic, related donor






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