The transplants-by-disease charts show the number of unrelated donor bone marrow and cord blood transplants performed by National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP) U.S. transplant centers for each disease treatable by transplant.
The numbers in these charts:
- Include transplants using marrow, peripheral blood cells (PBSC), or umbilical cord blood
- Include only transplants that used donors from the Be The Match Registry®, which is operated by the NMDP. (Some transplant centers may also have done transplants using donors who were family members of the patient or who were from other registries.)
- Are cumulative from the date the transplant center joined the NMDP Network
- Are updated quarterly
These charts are organized by broad category of disease, such as leukemias and lymphomas. This information may be useful as a basis for questions and discussion when you talk with your doctor or transplant center coordinator.
Disease charts (by disease group)
Leukemias and Lymphomas (PDF)
Inherited Immune System Disorders (PDF)
Inherited Metabolic Disorders (PDF)
Myelodysplastic & Myeloproliferative Disorders (PDF)
Histiocytic, Plasma and Stem Cell Disorders (PDF)
Other Malignancies (PDF)
Learn more about any of these NMDP transplant centers on the chart by looking at individual U.S. transplant center listings.
Please Note: These numbers are provided for general use. They are not intended to be used as a basis to predict any individual patient's transplant outcome or used as an indication of the transplant center's expertise level.