Hematopoietic Cell and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit

Hematopoietic Cell and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit

Hematopoietic Cell or Bone Marrow Transplant is a crucial form of treatment with potential for cure for patients with hematologic malignancies (cancers that originate in or usually spread to the bone marrow) such as leukemia, lymphoma, or multiple myeloma. Sometimes children with solid tumors who are going to receive extremely high doses of chemotherapy can also benefit. Hematological diseases, such as aplastic anemia, and immune diseases are also treated.

Bone Marrow Transplant consists of the transfusion of healthy stem or hematopoietic stem cells to a patient after eliminating their own diseased bone marrow through chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy (conditioning regimen). Hematopoietic cells are obtained from the donor’s bone marrow or peripheral blood.

We are leaders in hematopoietic cell and bone marrow transplant with a solid experience of more than 12 years performing cutting-edge treatments with a highly trained medical team that specializes in adult and pediatric patients, whose cases are evaluated by a multidisciplinary committee to determine eligibility and optimal treatment.

We offer autologous transplant, allogeneic transplant, and the innovative haploidentical transplants, obtaining internationally comparable results.

Our center is not only a leader in the performance of transplants, but also in the treatment of complications with novel methodologies, such as the use of extracorporeal photopheresis.

Autologous transplant

The donor is the patient; the patient is its own donor.

Allogeneic transplant

The donor, related or unrelated, is compatible with the patient.

Haploidentical transplants

There is a medium compatibility between the donor (a family member) and the patient, requiring post-transplant cyclophosphamide.

We offer autologous transplant, allogeneic transplant, and the innovative haploidentical transplants, obtaining internationally comparable results.

Our center is not only a leader in the performance of transplants, but also in the treatment of complications with novel methodologies, such as the use of extracorporeal photopheresis.

Autologous transplant

The donor is the patient; the patient is its own donor.

Allogeneic transplant

The donor, related or unrelated, is compatible with the patient.

Haploidentical transplants

There is a medium compatibility between the donor (a family member) and the patient, requiring post-transplant cyclophosphamide.

Second oncological opinion

In our Cancer Center you can request a second opinion, our experts will study your medical history, the studies that have been previously carried out and the pathological anatomy reports that your doctor provided.
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Second oncological opinion

In our Cancer Center you can request a second opinion, our experts will study your medical history, the studies that have been previously carried out and the pathological anatomy reports that your doctor provided.
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Compatibility determination

Compatibility is determined by studying proteins on the surface of all cells in the body called human leukocyte antigens (HLA). Although there are a large number of antigens of the HLA system, the 5 most important are called A, B, C, DRB1 and DQB1. Since we inherit one from the father and one from the mother, a total of 10 antigens are tested. For the compatibility study, a blood or saliva sample from the patient and the possible donor is enough. We perform high resolution compatibility tests to obtain the most accurate results.

Hematopoietic stem cells are infused through the tunneled catheter and the patient remains under close medical supervision.

A great multidisciplinary team of transplant professionals works together to take care of you as you go through each phase of the transplant, and in your post-transplant follow-up.

Download our support manual or contact us for more information.

Learn about the history of our patients

Quique tells us how his transplant went. Thank you for trusting the ABC Medical Center for your treatment.

Learn about the history of our patients

Quique tells us how his transplant went. Thank you for trusting the ABC Medical Center for your treatment.

ABC YOU BE THE MATCH
How to be a hematopoietic cell donor

Contact our ABC Transplant Center to request more information
5230-8081

ABC YOU BE THE MATCH How to be a hematopoietic cell donor

Contact our ABC Transplant Center to request more information
5230-8081

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At ABC Medical Center, we are prepared to serve you in out two Campuses 24/24h, 7 days a week.

Campus Observatorio

Sur 136 No. 116, Col. Las Américas,
Álvaro Obregón, 01120, Cd. de México.

Tel. 55 5230 8000

Campus Santa Fe

Av. Carlos Graef Fernández 154, Col. Santa Fe,
Cuajimalpa, 05300, Cd. de México.

Tel. 55 1103 1600