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Sickle Cell Anemia

Inherited group of disorders in which red blood cells contort into a sickle or crescent shape.


A cancer of blood-forming tissues, hindering the body’s ability to fight infection.


A cancer of the lymphatic system which is the body’s disease-fighting network.

Multiple Myeloma

A cancer of plasma cells which are a type of white blood cell in the bone marrow.

Aplastic Anemia

A rare condition in which the body stops producing enough new blood cells.

Fanconi Anemia

Genetic disorder, results in decreased production of blood cells leading to BM failure.

Certain Auto Immune Disease

Group of diverse diseases caused by an abnormal immune response of the body.

Myelodyplasic Syndrome

Type of Cancer in which Bone Marrow doesn’t make enough healthy blood cells.


A condition that occurs when the platelet count in the blood is low.

Metabolic Disorder

A metabolic disorder that involves an abnormal condition affecting the body's normal metabolic processes, potentially leading to various health complications.


A rare genetic disorder that impairs the body's ability to control blood clotting.

Beta Thalassemia Major

It is a severe genetic blood disorder that requires lifelong blood transfusions and medical management.

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BMT also called as Stem Cell Transplant is a procedure to replace damaged or destroyed bone marrow of a patient with healthy bone marrow stem cells of the donor.

Planning for Transplant

BMT Clinic team helps you get reliable, easy-to-understand information from planning your travel to India for BMT procedure, treatment through recovery.

Stem Cell Donation Process

Peripheral Blood Stem Cells Collection- non-surgical procedure, wherein donor’s blood is removed through a catheter into a blood cell separator machine.

Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) typing test of patient, siblings and both parents is done in order to identify the right donor for the patient’s BMT procedure.rrow of a patient with healthy bone marrow stem cells of the donor.

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India boasts a distinguished reputation for its exceptionally proficient BMT specialists and healthcare professionals. Their tailored care is bolstered by cutting-edge technologies, cost-effective services and top-tier medical facilities, distinguishing India prominently on the global stage.

Most Frequently Asked Questions for BMT Clinic

A: A BMT is a medical procedure to replace damaged or diseased bone marrow with healthy $tem cells.
A: India offers options such as autologous transplant (using the patient’s own stem cells) and allogeneic transplant (using stem cells from a donor) including Full Matched Sibling Donor, Half-match Donor/ Haploidentical, Cord Blood & Matched Unrelated Donor BMT.
A: Firstly, to identify the most suitable donor among family members, it is essential to conduct a Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) High-Resolution typing test for the patient, siblings, and parents. As this test may not be available in every country, our BMT experts can offer assistance in arranging it in your country.
A: Success rates vary depending on factors such as the type of donor, transplant, underlying condition, and individual patient factors. However, India has achieved high success rates in BMT procedures.
A: The cost can vary depending on factors such as the type of donor, transplant, hospital, & additional medical services required. However, BMT procedures in India are generally more cost-effective compared to other countries.
A: The duration of the BMT process can vary from patient to patient and type of BMT performed. It typically involves preparation, the transplant procedure itself, and a period of recovery and monitoring afterward.
A: Recovery can be gradual and may involve managing side effects such as fatigue, infections, and complications related to the transplant. Close monitoring and follow-up care are essential during this period.
A: Like any medical procedure, BMT carries risks, including infections, graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), and other potential complications. Although with newer techniques, advanced medical facilities, medicines and experienced team of Doctors, we make sure the chances of complications are very less.
A: You can start by contacting and consulting our experts from BMT Clinic specializing in all Blood Disorders & Blood Cancer Treatments. We can guide you through the process and provide assistance with appointments, cost negotiations, logistics, and other arrangements.