Collecting and analyzing data about patients who have received a bone marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant is helpful for physicians as well as patients and their families. The outcomes and data on this website show transplant results from two registries.
The cells for transplant may be from:
The cells for transplant can be collected from bone marrow, peripheral blood, or umbilical cord blood (after a baby is born).
Three reports can be tailored to your information needs.
The transplant outcomes registry is a database of information about bone marrow and umbilical cord blood transplants. This information is used for research to guide clinical decisions and identify ways to improve transplant outcomes. The transplant outcomes registry is managed under a Federal contract by Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research®.
These charts and graphs show the total number of transplants performed as well as the numbers of transplants by:
The donor registry is a listing of potential donors and donated cord blood units. Physicians search the donor registry to find blood-forming cells that closely match the patient’s cells. The donor registry is operated under Federal contracts by the National Marrow Donor Program®.
Find more information about patient survival using marrow donors or donated cord blood units from the registry.