Cancer - Oncology

Bone Marrow Treatments

Most patients need an allogeneic transplant because cancer cells have invaded their bone marrow or a disease has caused the bone marrow to stop working properly. For patients undergoing allogeneic transplant, we offer some innovative and effective approaches such as:

Haplomismatched transplants: A haplomismatched allogeneic transplant uses a donor that is not an exact match.

Non-myeloablative transplant: A non-myeloablative transplant uses lower doses of chemotherapy and radiation for fragile patient, and it is considered a mini transplant.

Donor leukocyte infusion (DLI): DLI uses a donor’s white blood cells to maintain remission in the patient. 

Diseases requiring allogeneic transplant include:

Patients with the following diseases are often candidates for autologous transplant: