NATIONAL BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT LINK

Rating: 5 stars   3 reviews

Issues: Mental Health, Health, Cancer

Location: 20411 W 12 Mile Rd Ste 108 Southfield MI 48076 USA

Mission: The National Bone Marrow Transplant Link (nbmtLINK) helps patients, as well as their caregivers, families, and the health care community, meet the many challenges of bone marrow/stem cell transplants (BMT) by providing vital information and support services. BACKGROUNDEach year, thousands of patients turn to bone marrow/stem cell transplants to treat cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. While a BMT can be a very effective treatment, it is a long and demanding process for patients and their loved ones. Since its founding in 1992, the nbmtLINK has helped thousands of individuals world wide, through its comprehensive website and online library found at www.nbmtlink.org, patient-friendly publications, Emmy-Award winning video, volunteer peer support programs, resource referrals and educational forums. The nbmtLINK provides a vital link for people seeking information, reassurance, and hope before, during and after a BMT.
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Rating: 5 stars  

7 people found this review helpful

This organization provides "help and hope" to indivduals and their families who have undergone a stem cell transplant. As a transplant coordinator I have witnessed the benefits of the nbmtLINK's services for my patients. Several patients have benefitted from the chronic GVHD telephone support groups, PEER support counselors, educational seminars and materials. Stem cell transplant is a very intense treatment with a long recovery period and the nbmtLINK helps support these people during this long journey.

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A family friend underwent a stem cell transplant 15 years ago. She benefitted from the eductional materials and peer counselors and now volunteers at the nbmtLINK as a way of saying thanks.

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About every month

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010-6-01

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