Stem cell transplant is a high-risk procedure and is not for everyone. Here's a look at who might be a good candidate.
During your initial visit to our clinic we'll determine if a bone marrow transplant is right for you.
There's a long list of things you can do to prepare for your bone marrow transplant at LDS hospital, including visiting a dentist and finding childcare for your kids.
Once your transplant doctor determines that you need a bone marrow transplant, the search for a donor will begin.
The transplant process includes a preparative chemotherapy regiment, the infusion of the marrow or stem cells, and the long recovery process.
Adjusting to life outside the hospital following transplant at LDS Hospital can be a lengthy process. Learn what to expect and how to cope.
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