Advanced Treatment for Cancer and Blood Disorders

Johns Hopkins Bone Marrow Transplant Program

Our Bone Marrow Transplant Program has revolutionized the care of patients requiring blood or marrow transplants through many novel advancements including mismatched transplants and outpatient care of bone marrow transplantation.

Bone Marrow Transplant: Pioneering Discovery To Curing Patients

Dr. Rick Jones explains the history of bone marrow transplants, the pioneering scientific discovery lead by Johns Hopkins researchers and the current state of this life saving procedure. This video made possible with the generous support of Swing Fore Hope.

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Why Choose Johns Hopkins for Bone Marrow Transplantation?

Our center is a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center that is fully accredited by the National Marrow Donor Program. Learn what makes our program a national referral center for bone marrow transplantation:

Advanced Research

Researchers continue to make advancements in bone marrow transplantation through the use of bench to bedside human clinical trials such those that developed half-matched or haploidentical transplantation.

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Multidisciplinary Team

Our program collaborates with specialists at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center and Johns Hopkins Children’s Center for the best quality of care for all patients.

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Specialized Treatment

We provide advanced treatments for a variety of cancer and blood disorders for any patient. Based on a patient’s condition, we perform different types of bone marrow transplantation.

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Compassionate Care

Our outpatient program allows patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation to remain home or stay at an outpatient facility instead of spending weeks in the hospital.

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Sickle Cell Breakthrough | Shauna's Story

Researchers at Johns Hopkins performed a half-match bone marrow transplant. This pioneering procedure successfully treated Shauna Whisenton’s sickle cell disease and gave her a new lease on life.

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We perform bone marrow transplants at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center's Weinberg Building in Baltimore, MD.