Mari H. Dallas, MD

Bone Marrow Transplant

Bone Marrow Transplant

St. Jude has one of the world's largest bone marrow / stem cell transplant programs dedicated to children, teens and young adults.

If your child needs a stem cell / bone marrow transplant or cellular therapy, a highly experienced team of St. Jude professionals will be closely involved in his or her care.

St. Jude has one of the world's largest hematopoietic (blood) stem cell transplant programs dedicated to caring for children, teens and young adults. Since the first hematopoietic stem cell transplant at St. Jude was performed in 1982, the Transplant Program has performed more than 2,900 transplants.

Doctors in the Transplant Program work closely with laboratory scientists to rapidly move new discoveries to patient care. The program conducts clinical trials to study these innovations.

 

Contact Bone Marrow Transplant

Clinical Transplant Office

Call:
(901) 595-4239 or

(888) 226-4343

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Physician Referral Form

St. Jude patient

Why should I choose St. Jude for my child's bone marrow transplant

St. Jude has one of the world’s largest hematopoietic stem cell transplant transplant programs dedicated to caring for children, teens and young adults.

Why St. Jude for my child's transplant?

St. Jude nurse

About transplants

Is a bone marrow transplant and a stem cell transplant the same thing?

A syngeneic transplant is one in which the donor and the recipient are identical twins. What's the difference between an allogeneic transplant and an autologous transplant?

More about bone marrow transplants

St. Jude doctors

Bone marrow transplant FAQ

St. Jude treats children, teens and young adults who have malignant or non-malignant disorders potentially curable by bone marrow transplants. 

Answers to your questions about the St. Jude bone marrow treatment program

Brandon Triplett, MD, with patient

What to expect

During all phases of the stem cell transplant process, patients and family members are educated about the treatment and supportive care required.

What to expect before, during and after transplant

 

Bone Marrow Transplant Team

Our bone marrow transplant physicians provide the state-of-the art treatment your child needs by working closely with other specially trained physicians in pathology, radiation oncology, critical care medicine, pulmonology, cardiology, gastroenterology, immunology, infectious diseases, surgery and other fields.

Meet Your Bone Marrow Transplant Team

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