Stem Cell Transplantation Program
Since 1992, our Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Program has performed more than 1,000 stem cell transplants, making it one of the nation's largest pediatric programs.
During a pediatric stem cell transplant, a patient's diseased or damaged bone marrow is replaced with healthy blood stem cells. Patients first receive chemotherapy and/or radiation to eliminate diseased cells and make space in the bone marrow. The stem cells are then given which make their way to the space in the bone marrow and start producing healthy blood cells.
Learn more about our stem cell transplantation program.