BMT Blood & Marrow Transplantation
In the Department of Medicine

Overview

The Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) Program recognizes the importance of national and international collaboration among patients, their families and the medical community in the fight against cancer. BMT empowers patients and their caregivers through a range of classes and support groups, helping them understand the transplant process and manage their conditions before and after treatment.

BMT researchers and clinicians share their expertise with the larger medical community, hosting a number of Continuing Medical Education courses and symposiums year-round. Faculty and staff regularly conduct educational seminar for participants in the Leukemia and the Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training, American Cancer Society, the Bay Area Multiple Myeloma Support Group, the Fattal Foundation and medical audiences at community hospitals and Grand Rounds across the country. Their active participation in the American Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, the American Society of Hematology and other organizations also contributes to the global discussion on key biomedical and technological issues shaping the future of blood and marrow transplantation.

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