BMT InfoNet was the first patient advocacy organization in the U.S. devoted solely to serving transplant patients.
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Blood & Marrow Transplant Information Network (BMT InfoNet) is a leading advocacy organization for transplant and CAR T-cell therapy recipients before, during and after treatment.
Founded in 1990, BMT InfoNet has pioneered a vast array of services to help transplant patients make critical decisions throughout their transplant journey.
Empowering Patients with Knowledge
The world of transplantation is complex and confusing. BMT InfoNet provides timely, reliable information that patients can easily understand. All of our educational materials are reviewed by top transplant experts.
Web Site: The Transplant Basics section of BMT InfoNet's web site provides quick online access to information patients and their caregivers need before, during and after transplant.
Patient Handbooks: BMT InfoNet's award winning patient handbooks explain in detailed, easy-to-understand language, what to expect when preparing for and undergoing a transplant.
Videos about Transplant: BMT InfoNet's video learning library features transplant experts who explain current transplant options, cutting edge research and management of late complications after transplant.
Transplant Center Directory: BMT InfoNet's online transplant directory offers detailed information about transplant centers in the U.S. and Canada, including number and types of transplants performed. It also links to other sources of transplant center data.
Survivorship Symposium: BMT InfoNet's highly acclaimed Celebrating a Second Chance at Life Survivorship Symposium provides educational workshops by leading transplant experts about medical, emotional and financial challenges that can occur long-term after transplant.
Supporting Patients and Caregivers
BMT InfoNet helps patients and their loved ones navigate the transplant experience with programs that provide the "human touch".
One-on-One Peer Support: BMT InfoNet's Caring Connections program links patients who are new to the world of transplantation with trained transplant survivors who can listen to their concerns and offer insights on navigating the transplant experience. This one-on-one peer support is also available to family members of transplant patients.
Personal Guidance: BMT InfoNet's staff can be reached by phone (888-597-7674 or 847-433-3313) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and can help patients and caregivers think through questions and concerns they have about transplant.
Financial Help: BMT InfoNet's Resource Directory lists organizations that provide financial assistance to transplant patients. In addition, BMT InfoNet offers a Patient Assistance Fund to help qualified transplant patients with transportation, housing, food and utility costs during transplant. (Call 888-597-7674 or email email@example.com for details)
Social Media: BMT InfoNet's Facebook page Bone Marrow & Stem Cell Transplant Club enables transplant patients and their caregivers to communicate with thousands of other patients and caregivers around the world.
Our Goal is to Serve You
BMT InfoNet is dedicated to addressing your needs before, during and after transplant. Let us know how we can help you!