To help you decide where to get your transplant, you may want to explore our online transplant center listings, which have detailed information on U.S. transplant centers.
The transplant center listings include:
Ages of patients treated
Look in each transplant center listing under Program Type to learn if a center transplants only adults, only pediatric patients, or both.
Number of transplants
The Transplant Experience section provides more detailed information about a transplant center's experience — including cord blood transplant experience.
You can also learn when a transplant center began doing allogeneic transplants (an allogeneic transplant is a bone marrow or cord blood transplant using cells from a relative or an unrelated donor). If the center is an NMDP* transplant center, you can learn the month and year the center became affiliated with the NMDP.
The Transplants Reported section shows the total number of different types of transplants a transplant center has performed:
- Autologous - cells from the patient's own marrow or peripheral blood cells (PBSC)
- Related donor - cells from a family member with an acceptable HLA match
- Unrelated donor - cells from someone other than a family member with an acceptable HLA match
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You can use a transplant comparison worksheet (PDF) to help you compare transplant centers.
*The National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP) has transplant centers in the U.S. and around the world.
Disease- and age-specific experience
Each transplant center listing also provides information about the center's experience with specific diseases and age groups. This experience is listed in the section on Survival by Patient Diagnosis and Age.