Stem cells have the power to heal a wide range of diseases. Thanks to science, new discoveries are made each year, allowing more and more conditions to be treatable with the use of bone marrow and stem cells.

Blood cancers, such as leukemias and lymphomas, are the most well-known. There’s also several bone marrow diseases, such as severe aplastic anemia; inherited immune system and metabolic disorders, to name a few. Bone marrow and stem cells are bona fide miracle workers for patients living with these diseases. And the good news is that the list keeps getting longer!

Other Questions

Worldwide donor registry?

What’s this umbilical cord business?

What if I say no?

What are the odds of actually donating stem cells?

Can I give to a specific person?

How bad is it for ethnic groups?

Age restrictions? But whyyyy?

Is it going to hurt?

I’ve heard young men make better donors. Isn’t that a tad sexist?

How does donating work?

Bone marrow, stem cells, spinal cord: what’s the diff?