Allogeneic Transplant Risks

Going through an allogeneic stem cell transplant (cells donated by a matched related or unrelated donor), for some patients, may pose a significant risk of complications.
 
This six-part video series explains allogeneic transplant through the eyes of two survivors from City of Hope who, alongside clinicians, explain the risks of unrelated bone marrow donor transplantation. They explore the physical, emotional, spiritual and existential difficulties that may arise for patients and families before, during and after transplant — and ways to prepare and cope to increase the chances of a good outcome.