The Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at the University of Michigan is the place where compassionate care, multidisciplinary collaboration and the latest research innovations come together to help patients whose conditions require that they undergo this highly specialized treatment. More than 200 adult BMT procedures are performed at U-M each year – making us one of the largest programs in the state. We treat adult patients for the following blood cancers:
- Multiple Myeloma
- Bone and soft-tissue sarcomas
- Other conditions including the failure of a patient’s own bone marrow or certain immunodeficiency disorders.
Children and young adults receive bone marrow transplant through our Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Program. Our multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, physician assistants and transplant coordinators are specially trained in and solely devoted to stem cell transplantation; and includes social workers, psychologists, nutritionists and patient educators trained to address the special needs of BMT patients and their families. Read more about the adult Blood and Marrow Transplant program through the Comprehensive Cancer Center.