New side effects can occur months or years after transplant. Learn who's at risk and how to treat them.
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New side effects can develop months or years after transplant. Learn your risk and how to treat them.
Pediatric transplant survivors can develop late effects of transplant, even as adults.
Learn about COVID-19, risks for transplant recipients and the effectiveness of vaccines and treatments.
Stem cell transplants are becoming more common for older adults with leukemia or myelodysplastic syndrome.
Changes in the way we think and process information are common after transplant, and can be distressing.
Learn how graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) affects organs and tissues, risk factors and treatment options.
Family caregivers are an important member of a transplant recipient's medical team
Learn how to reduce the risk of heart problems and stoke after a stem cell transplant.
Learn how graft-versus-host disease affects the eyes and how to treat dry eyes and other symptoms.
Problems like osteoporosis are common after a stem cell transplant. How can you protect your bone health?
Learn how to minimize the risk of developing a secondary cancer after a stem cell transplant.
Cancer-related fatigue is more intense and persistent than regular fatigue. What helps?
Exercise can help transplant recipients reduce fatigue and has other health benefits.
It is normal for transplant recipients to have mood swings and fears that can persist many months after transplant.
Relationships with family and friends can change after transplant. Learn why and what to do about it.
What are potential benefits and risks of cannabis for transplant patients? Learn the facts.
Learn the most effective treatment to help you fall and stay asleep.
Infections after a stem cell transplant are common. Learn how to protect yourself.
Graft-versus-host disease can affect the teeth, gums and salivary glands. Learn how to manage it.
Recovering transplant recipients need more calories, protein and nutrients than most people.
A surprising number of symptoms after transplant are caused by nerve damage. Learn how to manage it.
Graft-versus-Host disease of the skin may be mild, or more severe, and signifcantly affect quality of life.
Lung problems can occur many months after a stem cell transplant can be difficult to treat.
Do herbs and supplements improve health? Learn why some may cause problems for transplant recipients..
Learn about treatments for graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) of the gastrointestinal tract and liver.
Changes is sexual health and satisfaction are common after a stem cell or bone marrow transplant. Learn how to remedy these problems.
Men can experience sexual difficulties after a stem cell or bone marrow transplant. Learn about options for managing these problems.
Treatment options for patients with multiple myeloma are rapidly evolving. Which ones can help you?
CAR T-cell therapy is a new weapon in the fight against some blood disorders.
Practicing mindfulness has helped many transplant recipients relieve stress and anxiety.
Learn how to choose commercial health insurance or a Medicare plan, who qualifies for Medicaid, and managing claims disputes.