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Transplant Outcomes

These reports show patient survival and transplant data of bone marrow and umbilical cord blood transplants in the transplant outcomes registry of the C.W. Bill Young Cell Transplantation Program, also called the Stem Cell Therapeutic Outcomes Database.

Information in the transplant outcomes registry is used to guide clinical decisions and identify ways to improve transplant outcomes using research from the  Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research® (CIBMTR). The transplant outcomes registry is managed under a federal contract by the CIBMTR.

Collecting data and analyzing outcomes about transplants using cells from related and unrelated (allogeneic) donors and cord blood units are requirements of the Program. Although not required, all available data about transplants using cells from the patient (autologous) are also included in the transplant outcomes registry and these reports.

Three Reports

  • U.S. Patient Survival Report—View patient survival estimates for a disease and the length of time after transplant: 100 days, 1 year, and 3 years. You can also select survival estimates by patient age, patient gender, patient race, or cell source.
  • U.S. Transplant Data by Center Report—View the number of bone marrow and cord blood transplants performed at a specific transplant center.
  • U.S. Transplant Data by Disease Report—View the number of bone marrow and cord blood transplants reported for a specific disease. You can also select several combinations of patient age, patient gender, patient race, cell source, and the year when the transplants were performed.

More Information

To understand how information from a report applies to your specific situation, talk with your doctor.

If the data needed are not available through these reports, you can submit a customized data request using a CIBMTR Data Request Form exit disclaimer

2014 Transplant Data Summary

Numbers of U.S. Transplants

Autologous  11,392

Related Allogeneic 3,544

Unrelated Allogeneic 4,926

Trends and More Data
Patient Outcomes

Find more information about patient survival using marrow donors or donated cord blood units from the registry.