A transplant using the patient's own stem cells (an autologous stem cell transplant) or CAR T-cell therapy are treatment options for patients with certain types of lymphoma.
Leading transplant experts share vital information to help you make informed healthcare decisions before and after transplant.
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Two-time transplant survivor, Justin Regan, describes his journey from being an oncology nurse caring for cancer patients, to becoming a cancer and transplant patient himself.
Patients who undergo an allogeneic stem cell transplant (a transplant using donor stem cells) have an increased risk of additional medical problems long-term. Learn how to detect and prevent long-term and late complications after transplant.
Este video describe posibles complicaciones tardías o a largo plazo después de un trasplante alogénico, cómo reducir el riesgo de desarrollar complicaciones y cuáles son algunas opciones de tratamiento.
An autologous stem cell transplant, a transplant that uses your own cells, is a common treatment for patients with multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Sometimes called a "stem cell rescue" this treatment can cure or extend the life of many patients.