The Fred Hutch Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) Program consistently ranks among the country’s top transplant centers. Our doctors have performed more transplants than any other institution in the world.
Partnering with referring doctors and staying in close contact about our shared patients leads to the best transplant results. Together, we make more cures possible.
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Ours is one of only five transplant centers nationwide whose patients achieved higher-than-expected survival rates for the last four consecutive years, according to a study by the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research. Doctors at the Fred Hutch BMT Program have performed more than 15,000 bone marrow transplants — more than any other institution in the world.
Fred Hutch is the leading cancer treatment center in the region and among the top nationally, according to U.S. News & World Report.
More patients are eligible for transplant than ever before, thanks to the wide range of options available at Fred Hutch, including innovations like:
We have extensive experience supporting patients and families before, during and after transplant with resources such as housing options, school and childcare, caregiver training and support and help with financial arrangements and insurance.
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We've found partnering with referring doctors and staying connected about our shared patients' leads to the best long-term results. Fred Hutch’s Long-Term Follow-Up (LTFU) Program for transplant recipients is unmatched. Our highly trained transplant specialists provide lifelong services—including telephone consultations and direct care—to patients and their doctors to prevent, manage and treat late effects and graft-versus-host-disease and consider alternatives for those whose disease recurs.
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Fred Hutch teams first developed clinical use of bone marrow transplants more than 40 years ago, under the direction of E. Donnall Thomas, MD, who won a Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking work.
Today, we are advancing the use of stem cell transplantation for a broader array of diseases — not only leukemia, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and multiple myeloma, but also other cancers, bone marrow deficiencies, inborn errors of metabolism and immune disorders.
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Preparing for Transplant is an extensive guide that will help your patients and their families plan and prepare for getting a transplant at Fred Hutch. The guide, a PDF document that you can download and print for your patients, covers: