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ExploreBMT™ is an easy-to-search online tool that provides direct access to information about marrow and cord blood transplantation (also known as BMT). From diagnosis through survivorship, patients and their loved ones can use ExploreBMT to browse resources and services from respected patient organizations. Begin your search now at ExploreBMT.org.
Telephone Education and Support for Patients Coping with Chronic Graft Versus Host Disease
Chronic Graft versus Host Disease (cGVHD) is one of the most difficult long-term complications following allogeneic transplant. It is associated with “decreased quality of life, impaired functional status, and the continued need for immuno-suppressive medication and difficulties that arise from this need.” (National Institutes of Health).
To participate in these groups, please contact Cindy Goldman at 800-546-5268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 nbmtLINK Annual Update Newsletter Now Online
Please click here to read the latest newsletter from the nbmtLINK. Highlights include:
New Beginnings - Annual Appeal Letter
Caregivers’ Guide wins Excellence in Patient Education Award!
The nbmtLINK’s Caregivers’ Guide for Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant, Practical Perspectives won the 2009 Excellence in Patient Education Award from the Cancer Patient Education Network (CPEN). CPEN previously recognized nbmtLINK for its groundbreaking partnership with the National Institutes of Health through their “Gold Star” award. This collaboration has resulted in several successful chronic Graft vs. Host Disease Telephone (cGVHD) Education and Support Groups. If you would like additional information about these award-winning initiatives, please email info@nbmtLINK.org or call 800-546-5268.
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