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Bone Marrow Transplant Treatment Cost in India

The average cost of Bone Marrow Transplant in India approximately ranges between USD 20000 to USD 26960

A bone marrow transplant becomes necessary when bone marrow cells malfunction. Typically employed for life-threatening conditions such as leukemia, severe aplastic anemia, congenital neutropenia, lymphoma, and some genetic diseases, this treatment involves replacing damaged bone marrow with healthy stem cells.

Factors Affecting the Cost of Bone Marrow Transplant Surgery in India:

  • Types of transplants (autologous or allogeneic): Costs are significantly impacted by the choice between autologous and allogeneic transplants. Generally, allogeneic transplants are more expensive due to donor-related fees.
  • Pre-Transplant Evaluations: Including diagnostic tests and consultations contribute to the procedure's total cost. These evaluations ensure thorough medical assessment before the transplant, adding to the financial considerations of the process.
  • Post-Transplant Treatment: Costs may be affected by the duration and severity of post-transplant care, encompassing medications, follow-up visits, and complications.
  • Hospital Facilities and Location: The cost may also vary depending on the type of facility and duration of the hospitalization.

Following is the list of cities and the associated costs for Bone Marrow Surgery in India

CityMinimum CostMaximum Cost
GhaziabadUSD 20180USD 26180
HyderabadUSD 20100USD 25610
FaridabadUSD 20980USD 25870
PanjimUSD 21230USD 25570
ChennaiUSD 20520USD 25400
BangaloreUSD 20150USD 24010

Country wise cost comparison for Bone Marrow Transplant:

CountryCost
IndiaUSD 20000
IsraelUSD 98000
SingaporeUSD 400000
South KoreaUSD 220000
SpainUSD 86000
ThailandUSD 155000
TurkeyUSD 25420

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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Fortis Hiranandani Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15184 - 304961249121 - 2502271
Autologous BMT20348 - 252761660749 - 2077907
Allogeneic BMT25256 - 304802077496 - 2485088
Syngeneic BMT15218 - 202981249655 - 1667036
  • Address: Fortis Hiranandani Hospital Vashi, Sector 10A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15263 - 303331243431 - 2496975
Autologous BMT20297 - 254031672597 - 2084735
Allogeneic BMT25490 - 305542084445 - 2494865
Syngeneic BMT15198 - 202201244303 - 1664496
  • Address: Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital, PRESS ENCLAVE ROAD, Saket Institutional Area, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Max Super Specialty Hospital, Shalimar Bagh and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15151 - 304121248812 - 2494585
Autologous BMT20315 - 253801672409 - 2085052
Allogeneic BMT25389 - 303732075944 - 2505530
Syngeneic BMT15220 - 203211250951 - 1670401
  • Address: Max Super Speciality Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, Max Wali Road, C and D Block, Shalimar Place Site, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Apollo Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)16617 - 338421359961 - 2808332
Autologous BMT22191 - 284671855047 - 2343981
Allogeneic BMT28610 - 336892317207 - 2828077
Syngeneic BMT16758 - 225391363168 - 1885028
  • Address: Apollo Hospital Greams Road Chennai - Best Hospital in Chennai, Greams Road, Thousand Lights West, Thousand Lights, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Facilities related to Apollo Hospital: Post operative followup, Mobility Accessible Rooms, Online Doctor Consultation, Air Ambulance, Religious Facilities

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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)16883 - 342521376501 - 2820255
Autologous BMT22142 - 284171883240 - 2255076
Allogeneic BMT27659 - 342462324968 - 2806547
Syngeneic BMT17049 - 226701365345 - 1813390
  • Address: BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals, Sunkalpalya, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Indraprastha Apollo Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)16751 - 338711376960 - 2784644
Autologous BMT22478 - 277021883286 - 2342574
Allogeneic BMT28249 - 331682351224 - 2802503
Syngeneic BMT16761 - 227591409936 - 1855492
  • Address: Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Mathura Road, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in VPS Lakeshore Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15150 - 305721247778 - 2508029
Autologous BMT20348 - 253491657403 - 2088657
Allogeneic BMT25271 - 305592074296 - 2500717
Syngeneic BMT15159 - 203351254515 - 1666603
  • Address: VPS Lakeshore Hospital, Nettoor, Maradu, Ernakulam, Kerala, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Manipal Hospital, Dwarka and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15176 - 305161244186 - 2490010
Autologous BMT20345 - 254071666513 - 2088649
Allogeneic BMT25333 - 303492083559 - 2491369
Syngeneic BMT15170 - 203321252781 - 1661805
  • Address: Manipal Hospital Dwarka, Palam Vihar, Sector 6 Dwarka, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Dr. Rela Institute and Medical Centre and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)16966 - 330501404290 - 2769558
Autologous BMT22618 - 285251843119 - 2317557
Allogeneic BMT27520 - 339332294069 - 2730678
Syngeneic BMT16670 - 226041412015 - 1875832
  • Address: Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre - Multispeciality Hospital in Chennai, India, CLC Works Road, Nagappa Nagar, Chromepet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Sarvodaya Hospital and Research Centre and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15205 - 304031243787 - 2486346
Autologous BMT20285 - 254121662718 - 2074026
Allogeneic BMT25302 - 304342083751 - 2502674
Syngeneic BMT15199 - 202521247916 - 1659017
  • Address: Sarvodaya Hospital, Sector 8, Faridabad, Haryana, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Fortis Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15246 - 303361246524 - 2499207
Autologous BMT20278 - 253951665608 - 2074390
Allogeneic BMT25282 - 304172080734 - 2484783
Syngeneic BMT15203 - 202781250279 - 1668924
  • Address: Fortis Hospital, Sahyadri Layout, Panduranga Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in HCG Kalinga Rao Road and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15157 - 304931250155 - 2504019
Autologous BMT20323 - 253051663260 - 2082274
Allogeneic BMT25314 - 303302084262 - 2497520
Syngeneic BMT15165 - 203921254264 - 1668629
  • Address: HCG Hospital, 2nd Cross Road, KHB Block Koramangala, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Apollo Hospitals Bannerghatta and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)16776 - 337191412933 - 2811411
Autologous BMT22619 - 280581884257 - 2309727
Allogeneic BMT27676 - 340452328385 - 2807432
Syngeneic BMT17042 - 226671367269 - 1842385
  • Address: Apollo Hospitals Bannerghatta Road - Best Hospital in bangalore, Krishnaraju Layout, Amalodbhavi Nagar, Panduranga Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Types of Bone Marrow Transplant in Aster CMI Hospital and its associated cost

Treatment OptionApproximate Cost Range (USD)Approximate Cost Range (INR)
Bone Marrow Transplant (Overall)15285 - 303731252174 - 2492497
Autologous BMT20211 - 252541657586 - 2075460
Allogeneic BMT25496 - 303302073356 - 2509058
Syngeneic BMT15254 - 202681246803 - 1659629
  • Address: Aster CMI Hospital, Hebbal Bangalore, National Highway 44, Sahakar Nagar, Hebbal, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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About the Bone Marrow Transplant

Stem cell transplant is one modern technology that is undergoing rapid improvements. It is said these days that instead of investing in various life insurance policies that are making the rounds in the market, to secure the future and precious life of your child go for stem cell technologies. This can later cure him or her from any life threatening terminal disease like cancer. Stem cell transplant has been used in recent times as a cure for cancer, but the technique is different from the stem cell bank that is maintained these days for new born.

 

Who needs a stem cell transplant?

The bone marrow which is part of the bones is responsible for making blood cells. It is soft and spongy tissue lodged inside the bone having hematopoietic stem cells. These cells either turn into bone marrow cells or can turn into any other kinds of cells or the blood cells. But there are certain forms of cancers that can keep these cells from developing normally.

A patient is recommended to get a blood as well as bone marrow stem cell transplant if they are in a condition which prevents the body from producing new healthy blood cells. Some of the conditions and diseases that prevent the bone marrow from doing so are given below:

  • Cancers like Myeloma, breast cancer, leukemia, Lymphoma may require stem cell transplant
  • Blood diseases which may require are sickle cell anemia, aplastic anemia and thalassemia
  • There are immune deficiency diseases like the congenital neutropenia, severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome, chronic granulomatous disease may demand a stem cell transplant.

The oncologist or hematologist shall decide for a stem cell transplant for a patient depending upon overall age and health, severity of the diseases and other treatment possibilities.

 

What is a stem cell transplant?

So the stem cell transplant is a kind of treatment to treat blood disorders or any types of cancer. Even blood diseases are also treated with transplants. Previously patients had to undergo a bone marrow transplant due to the fact that stem cells are collected from the bone marrow. But today stem cells get collected from the blood. And for this particular reason they are now called stem cell transplants. Nowadays stem cell therapies are used to combat hair loss and many other aesthetic related issues.

Some of the different types of stem cell treatments available are discussed below

Autologous transplant: These kinds of transplants are known as auto transplant. This kind of transplant has the scope  of very high dose chemotherapy paired with autologous stem cell rescue. In this process usually the doctors treat the cancel and then make use of the stem cells from the patient itself. From the blood, stem cells are collected and the health care team then freezes it. These cells are usually placed back in the blood after thawing them in the frozen state post the chemotherapy. The cells take almost 24 hours to reach the bone marrow and start multiplying to give rise to healthy blood cells.

Allogenic transplantation: This is better known as an allo transplant medically. In this case stem cells are obtained from another individual. But this individual needs to be someone with whom the bone marrow of the patient matches. Due to presence of proteins in white blood cells called the human leukocyte antigens (HLA) it is important that bone marrow matching takes place. The most compatible stem cell donor will have the HLA matching with that of the patient.

But the process of matching can also give rise to a very severe condition named graft versus host disease or GVHD but then it is not very likely. In this kind of a disease the healthy cells obtained from transplantation will start attacking the cells of the patients. In such cases siblings are considered to be the best match. And if they are not available then some other close family member can also work. Once the donor is fixed then the patient starts receiving chemotherapy session with or without radiotherapy. The other person’s stem is then placed in a vein via a tube. These cells unlike the previous ones are not frozen so they can be given immediately after the completion of chemotherapy.

There can be two types of Allo transplantation depending upon the age, condition and the disease that is being addressed:

The first kind is ablative where high dose of chemotherapy is used and in the second kind milder doses of chemotherapy is employed.

When the assigned health care team is unable to find a matched adult donor then are other options that must be considered like the Umbilical cord blood transplant and these days cancer centers all around the globe make use of cord blood.

Parent child transplant and haplotype mismatched transplant: In these kinds of transplants which are commonly employed the match found is 50% instead of 100% and the donor can be a parent, child or brother and sister.

How is Bone Marrow Transplant performed?

The first step in bone marrow transplant is to reduce the tumour so that the stem cell transplant success rate is improved. The process of harvesting stem cells takes around three to four hours, depending on the number of stem cells collected. The entire process may take around three to five days to complete. Blood count is daily monitored during collection of stem cells to ensure that it does not go below the admissible levels in the donor, which may contribute to anaemia.

A catheter is placed in the donor’s arm during the actual stem cell transplant procedure. The catheter is connected to a special machine that separated stem cells from the blood. After extracting the stem cells, the remaining blood is infused back into the donor's body.

 

Stem Cell Harvesting Procedure

The stem cell concentration in the bone marrow is almost 10 to 100 times more than the levels found in peripheral blood. The hip bone is considered to have the greatest amount of marrow in the active state and a large number of stem cells can also be extracted from there.

The process of harvesting the stem cells from the bone marrow is carried out in an operating room. The donor is given either general anaesthesia, an epidural, or spinal anaesthesia.

The surgeon makes a number of punctures over the skin covering the pelvic bone. A special kind of needle attached to a syringe is then inserted through these punctures. The needle penetrates the bone marrow and blood is drawn out along with marrow through the syringe. The process is continued several times to ensure enough numbers of stem cells are collected as required for the transplant. The whole duration can last for a period of one to two hours. The amount of blood and marrow removed will vary according to the weight and concentration of stem cells in the marrow of the donor. At the end of this procedure, the surgeon covers the puncture region with pressure dressing and bandages. The collected cells are filtered to separate fat particles and fragments of bones. The donor is taken to the recovery room where the hospital team checks for signs of pain, bleeding or any other side effects of the procedure. The donor can leave the hospital in a few hours after his or her body has recovered. But in some cases, they may be required to stay overnight for better monitoring.

The hip area of the donor remains sore for a few days and it is important to take medicines as directed to relieve the pain. Until the blood cell counts increase, doctors may suggest iron supplements t to enhance the ability of the bone marrow to replenish blood cells.

 

Stem Cell Transplant Procedure

High dose of chemotherapy is given to the patient immediately after stem cell collection or can even be done at a later stage. Stem cells are injected into the bloodstream of the patient after the completion of high dose chemotherapy. These stem cells travel all the way to bone marrow to start producing new blood cells, which is important as a number of healthy blood cells are lost during high dose chemotherapy.

Recovery from Bone Marrow Transplant

Until the bone marrow is in a position to make sufficient blood cells, the patient is at the risk of contracting infections and diseases. Therefore, the patient is kept in an isolation room following stem cell transplantation to protect him or her from contamination. The stay in isolation room lasts for over a week or until the level of blood cells is back to normal again.

Isolation is more important in the case of allogeneic stem cell transplant than autologous stem cell transplant. This is the reason why some hospitals do not prefer to keep a patient who has had an autologous transplant isolated.

During the recovery period, only one or two visitors are allowed to visit the patient. Those who are already ill should strictly avoid visiting the patient. There are a few hospital who conduct autologous stem cell transplant on an outpatient basis. However, the patient must come for follow-up 0vists regularly for monitoring of their health.

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How much does Bone Marrow Transplant cost in India?

The cost of Bone Marrow Transplant in India starts from USD$ 18000. 


Which are some of the best hospitals in India for Bone Marrow Transplant?
How many days does it take to recover post Bone Marrow Transplant in India?

The recovery of the patient varies, depending on several factors. However, on average, a patient is supposed to stay for about 90 days in the country after discharge. This is important to ensure that the surgery was successful. During this time, control and follow-up tests take place to check for medical fitness.

How many days does one have to spend in the hospital for Bone Marrow Transplant in India?

The average duration of stay at the hospital after surgery is about 30 days for proper care and monitoring. This time frame is important for the patient to recover properly and feel comfortable after the surgery. With the help of several tests, it is determined that the patient is doing fine after the surgery and is okay to be discharged.

What is the average rating of Hospitals in India?

The average rating for Bone Marrow Transplant hospitals in India is 5.0. This rating is calculated based on several parameters such as hygiene, politeness of staff, infrastructure and quality of services.

Why should you go for a bone marrow transplant in India

Patients considering a bone marrow transplant in India have compelling reasons to choose this destination. The complex procedure is meticulously carried out in world-class hospitals, ensuring a secure and sterile environment, and is conducted exclusively by experienced experts. India stands out as a preferred destination for bone cell treatment due to several factors:

  • Ultra-modern Infrastructure: The facilities boast cutting-edge infrastructure.
  • Practically No Waiting Time: Patients benefit from minimal waiting times for the procedure.
  • Experienced and Internationally-trained Medical Experts: Highly skilled and globally trained medical professionals oversee the treatment.
  • State-of-the-Art Bone Marrow Transplant Laboratories: The presence of advanced laboratories ensures top-notch transplant procedures.
  • Readily Available Transfusion Services: Timely and efficient transfusion services are readily accessible.
  • Fully Equipped Radiation Oncology Labs: Comprehensive facilities for radiation oncology contribute to the success of the treatment.
  • Reasonable Pricing: The cost of bone marrow transplants in India is competitive.
  • Availability of Latest Technology: Hospitals are equipped with the latest medical technology.
  • English-speaking Doctors and Staff in Top Hospitals: Communication is seamless, with English-speaking doctors and staff providing excellent care.

Choosing India for bone marrow treatment ensures a combination of advanced medical facilities, expert professionals, and cost-effectiveness, making it an attractive option for patients seeking quality care.

What is the cost of bone marrow transplant in India

Bone marrow transplant cost in India is one of the best in the world. This is the reason why so many patients from around the world, especially from the Middle Eastern countries, Mauritius, Nigeria, other African countries, and South East Asia, travel to India to get it done.

It is available for a variety of conditions. For example, a bone marrow transplant for thalassemia in India is available across several multispecialty hospitals with state-of-the-art and specialized BMT units with all the facilities. Thalassemia bone marrow transplant cost in India starts from approximately $32000.

The exact bone marrow transplant cost in India depends on two main reasons – the type of BMT conducted and the type of condition to be treated. The average cost of bone marrow transplant in India for autologous transplant starts from approximately $18000. On the other hand, the cost of allogeneic transplant in India starts from approximately $28000. In certain cases, an allogeneic transplant may be recommended or conducted. Its cost is approximately $7000 in India.

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Is bone marrow transplant successful in India

The success rate of this procedure is estimated to be around 80 to 90 percent in India. The high success rate of bone marrow transplants in India can be attributed to the high standards of care, preventive steps taken to prevent infections, sterile environment, excellent aftercare, and great monitoring. Also, the BMT specialists in India are highly experienced in dealing with different types of conditions and the complications associated with the procedure. The success rate, however, depends on several factors. For example, it depends on how well the body of the patient responds to the stem cells derived from his or her own body or a donor, the rate of rejection, the occurrence of any complications, the need for extra medications, the effect on other organs, disease relapse status etc.