2022 Virtual Symposium

Infections after Transplant

Stem cell transplant recipients have a high risk of of developing an infections, particularly during the first six months. Learn how to prevent and treat infections after transplant

COVID-19: What Transplant Survivors Need to Know in 2022

COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus that can cause a serious infection in transplant patients and those on maintenance therapy or immunosuppressive drugs after transplant. Learn how to avoid COVID-19 and best treatment options if you do become infected.

Your Mouth and Chronic Graft-versus-Host Disease

Chronic graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) often targets the mouth causing a variety of problems that can lead to infection, tooth decay and tooth loss. Finding a dentist familiar with GVHD is important to properly diagnose and treat oral GVHD.

Bone Health after Transplant

Bone loss is common after transplant and can lead to fractures that can affect quality of life and daily functioning. Learn how to prevent and treat bone loss after transplant.

Managing Neuropathy after Transplant

Neuropathy or nerve pain can occur after a stem cell transplant, particularly in patients transplanted for multiple myeloma and those who develop chronic graft-versus-host disease. A variety of treatments can help patients with neuropathy.