Linking People to Support

The BMCF offers several programs to help patients and their families make the connections they need and resources to find information to help allay their fears and better understand the challenges they face.

Ask the Expert

Enables individuals to pose questions concerning bone marrow/stem cell transplantation, and to have them answered by health professionals. The individual asking the question and the advisory board member responding to the question remain anonymous to each other, and all communications occur via the website or through the BMCF.

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Supportline

Provides support services in an individualized telephone or e-mail format to transplant patients and their families by linking them with volunteers who have gone through the experience of a bone marrow/stem cell transplant.

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Helpful Resources

Features an extensive list of organizations providing a wide range of services, information and support.

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Clinical Care Counseling

Clinical care counseling provides confidential individual and family supportive counseling, financial guidance, and resource referrals. Counselors are available in person or by telephone to help patients, family members and caregivers navigate all stages of the transplant journey.

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Transplant Centers

Provides a state-by-state list of accredited bone marrow and stem cell transplant centers.

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Diseases

Lists illnesses for which bone marrow or stem cell transplants may be performed.

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Publications

Offers an order form for the BMCF’s Medical and Education Handbooks for allogeneic and autologous transplantation.

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Español

Ofrecemos los dos manuales médicos y educativos para el transplante alogénico y autólogo.

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