Stem cell transplants, also called bone marrow transplants, treat high-risk and life-threatening blood diseases. If you have leukemia, lymphoma, or other blood cancer, a stem cell transplant could be the right option for you.
A stem cell transplant still requires chemotherapy and sometimes, radiation. However, if successful, a stem cell transplant can offer a lot of hope.
Stem Cell Transplant at UVA
Our excellent outcomes and experience have been recognized in several ways:
- Federation for Accreditation of Cell Therapy (FACT), the highest level of accreditation possible
- National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) Be The Match registry approval
- Many insurance companies deem us a Center of Excellence
Stem Cell Research & Clinical Expertise
Because of our deep experience and continual research, we can offer:
- Teams of doctors, nurses, and support staff specifically trained in bone marrow, stem cell, and umbilical cord transplants
- A collaborative team accessible 24/7
- The most modern treatments
- Treatment options not available anywhere else, through clinical trials
Talk to our team about joining an open clinical trial.