Primary Children’s bone marrow transplant program treats patients from birth to young adulthood with a diagnosis of cancer or nonmalignant disorders. Our team has conducted over 700 transplants and 16 CAR-T infusions and has treated patients from 13 different states and four different countries. We specialize in allogeneic and autologous bone marrow transplants and partner with the Be The Match bone marrow registry to match patients with donors worldwide.
Conditions and Treatments
We treat patients from birth to age 25 with cancer, as well as metabolic, immunologic, and hematological disorders.
- Bone marrow failure disorders
- Genetic and metabolic disorders
- Autoimmune disorders
Types of transplant include autologous transplants for brain tumors, solid tumors, or lymphomas and allogeneic transplants from siblings, cord blood, and haploidentical donors. We also provide:
- Chimeric antigen receptor for CAR-T cells (Kymriah) for the treatment of B-cell acute lymphocytic leukemia.
- Antibody therapy to target neuroblastoma cells
- Extracorporal photopheresis (ECP) for the treatment of Graft vs. Host disease in children as small as 10 kgs.