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U.S. Transplant Data by Disease Report

The numbers of bone marrow and umbilical cord blood transplants reported for a specific disease are included in the U.S. Transplant Data by Disease Report. These numbers are grouped according to the type of donor providing the cells for transplantation:

  • Autologous (the patient)
  • Related allogeneic (a patient's sibling or another family member)
  • Unrelated allogeneic (a volunteer donor)
  • HLA-matched sibling (a patient's identical sibling)

The cells for transplantation were collected from bone marrow, peripheral blood, or umbilical cord blood (after a baby is born).

The diseases in the drop down menu below are organized by broad disease categories then the specific diseases within the category. For example, Burkitt lymphoma is a specific disease within the broad category of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. If you are unsure of the specific disease you may wish to select the broad disease category. To continue the example, if you have Non Hodgkin Lymphoma, but do not know the specific disease - Burkitt lymphoma or another disease - you would select 'Non Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL)' and this will return results for all specific diseases within the category. This List of Diseases will help you understand how diseases are organized in the broad categories.


Reading This Report

To learn how this report applies to your situation, talk with your doctor.

Transplant Data for This Report
  • Participating Transplant Centers
  • Information presented in these reports have been submitted to the CIBMTR and reviewed and confirmed by transplant centers. This process cycle takes about 1 year to complete. The data are updated annually.
  • Data presented in this report show transplants performed from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2015 and reported as of December 13, 2016.
  • The Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research® maintains these data for the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration as part of the Stem Cell Therapeutic Outcomes Database contract
  • Citation Guidelines 
2015 Transplant Data Summary

Number of U.S. Transplants

Autologous 12,570

Related Allogeneic 3,804

Unrelated Unrelated Allogeneic 4,918