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Our Blood & Marrow Transplant Programs

Sarah Cannon brings together physician-led blood cancer programs across the United States and United Kingdom to offer patients convenient access to care including blood and marrow transplants and clinical trials. Committed to the highest level of quality, our network delivers an unparalleled experience for those facing blood cancer.

Sarah Cannon is one of the world’s largest providers of blood and marrow transplant (BMT), conducting more than 1,000 transplants per year and 14,000 transplants performed since inception of our first program.  In fact, recent data shows the Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Network, with 7 FACT-accredited programs, is the largest provider of blood and marrow transplants in the United States, tracking ahead of all major academic medical centers and networks.

Austin

St. David’s South Austin Medical Center is a FACT accredited BMT program that performs autologous and allogenic transplants for hematologic malignancies. The blood and marrow stem cell transplant program was established at Methodist Hospital in 1993 and expanded to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center in 2014 to establish a comprehensive adult transplant program in Austin. The two sites operate together as one program by sharing common quality management processes, policies, procedures, physicians, nurse competencies and personnel. In 2016, the Austin team performed 65 adult transplants.

Transplant types: Adult Autologous and Allogenic Transplants - Related/Unrelated/Haploidentical

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Dallas

Medical City’s Stem Cell Transplantation and Research Program, founded in 1994, performs both adult and pediatric stem cell transplants, including autologous and allogeneic. From clinical workup to transplantation, each facet of the stem cell program is accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT). The Dallas team performed 176 adult/pediatric transplants in 2016.

Transplant types: Adult and Pediatric Autologous, Allogeneic - Related/Unrelated/Haploidentical/UCB

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Denver

Colorado Blood Cancer Institute (CBCI) Blood and Marrow Transplant Program is the leading provider for hematologic malignancy and stem cell transplant medicine in the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains regions. CBCI Blood and Marrow Transplant Program is the region’s largest transplant program, and has been continuously recognized as a leader in patient care and outcomes. The program performed 286transplants in 2016 and cares for patients throughout the whole spectrum of hematologic malignancy and has more than 45 active clinical trials.

Transplant types: Adult Autologous, Allogeneic - Related/Unrelated/Haploidential/UCB

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Nashville

The mission of the Sarah Cannon Center for Blood Cancer is to ensure access for patients with hematologic malignancies to compassionate, state-of-the-art care and clinically meaningful innovative therapies. The multidisciplinary team offers comprehensive management of newly diagnosed, relapsed, refractory, acute or chronic malignancies, through personalized treatment plans including standard of care and clinical trials. One-hundred and twenty-three adult transplants were performed in 2016. Sarah Cannon Center for Blood Cancer began seeing pediatric transplant patients in 2015, with the first transplant scheduled for early summer 2015.

Transplant types: Adult and Pediatric Autologous, Allogeneic - Related/Unrelated/Haploidentical

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Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma University Medical Center Blood and Marrow Transplant Program is the leading provider for hematologic malignancy and stem cell transplant medicine in Oklahoma. It is the state’s largest transplant program, performing 97 adult/pediatric transplants in 2016.

Transplant types: Adult and Pediatric Autologous, Allogeneic - Related/Unrelated/Haploidentical/UCB

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San Antonio

The Adult and Pediatric Blood Cancer and Stem Cell Transplant Program at Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital in San Antonio has performed nearly 3,000 transplants since the program’s inception in 1993. The program consistently ranks among the nation’s top transplant centers in one-year patient survival rates and was the first in North America to be accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT). The program performed 201 adult/pediatric transplants in 2016.

Transplant types: Adult and Pediatric Autologous, Allogeneic - Related/Unrelated/Haploidentical/UCB

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Tulane

Tulane Cancer Clinic’s Bone Marrow Transplant Program was established in 1994 and has performed more than 400 lifesaving blood and marrow transplants. The program continues to grow as a leader in the area serving as the only FACT accredited adult center in the state of Louisiana for both autologous and allogeneic transplants, performing related and unrelated donor transplants. Additionally, it is the only National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) transplant, apheresis and collection center for adults in Louisiana. Tulane’s highly specialized multi-disciplinary team creates individualized treatment plans for each blood and marrow transplant patient and all patients have access to the latest clinical trials and therapies. The program performed 43 transplants in 2016.

Transplant types: Adult Autologous, Allogeneic - Related/Unrelated/Haploidentical

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