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Types of Transplant

Autologous Stem Cell Transplant
Autologous stem cell transplant is a procedure where a patient's own healthy bone marrow stem cells are collected before high-dose chemotherapy and then given back after the treatment.

Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant
An allogeneic stem cell transplant is a procedure where the stem cells are taken from another individual who is genetically similar or matched to the patient.

 

"As a patient, I have been inspired by HCH's total focus on me—always timely, always with competent professionals in every discipline. The personal care started at my first meeting with the Clinical Coordinator and has never been compromised. During treatment, no provider walked into my room without direct and current knowledge of my situation, medications and status. Every nurse call was answered by a person, never with the impersonal intercom of other hospitals. Interactions with the staff provided continuous learning about the details of my disease and education about personal activities that better prepared me for the stem cell transplant and recovery." —Bruce Boldrin

 

 
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