More than 50,000 hematopoietic transplants are being performed worldwide every year. Bone marrow transplants are mostly performed in case the existing or native tissue fails to produce necessary healthy blood corpuscles required for maintaining normal blood circulation. Transplantation is required in case of hematopoietic stem cell disorders, aplastic anemia, leukemia, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple myeloma, cancer and various other diseases in which the bone marrow tissue loses its functioning ability. 

What is Bone Marrow transplantation?

Either due to blood-related disorders or chemotherapy, the bone marrow often gets affected and loses its functioning ability, which results in faulty production of matured blood corpuscles, as well as weakening of the body's defense mechanism. The transportation procedure is furnished via two methods:

  • Autologous transplant: Tissue from the healthy bone marrow is used to replace the damaged tissue of the same individual. Since the method does not require any donor, the procedure is preferred if the individual shows signs of any particular region is affected, whereas the other bone marrow shows sufficient production of blood corpuscles. 
  • Allogeneic transplant: Tissue from a different individual is used to replace the diseased tissue. The required tissue is harvested, frozen and transplanted into compatible individuals, who are henceforth, able to revive and survive with a healthy life. 

Ideal Candidates for Bone Marrow Transplant

Determining the candidacy for bone marrow transplant is an important step that helps in deciding the requirement of progressive treatment. Hence, candidates may require a transplant, if:

  • Suffers from blood-related disorders that reduce life expectancy or poses a threat to major organs in the body
  • Has undergone recent chemotherapy treatments for cancer
  • Suffers from stem cell disorder
  • Suffers from bone marrow cancer
  • Suffers from an inherited genetic anomaly

Factors affecting the cost of Bone Marrow transplant surgery

Bone marrow transplant cost depends on the type of transplant required and may vary from $10,210 to $60,000 for autologous transplants, and $11,312 to $100,000 for allogeneic transplantation. BMT cost may also vary according to other factors, such as:

  • The country where the procedure is availed 
  • Type of disease-causing the damage
  • The extent of disease or damage
  • The extent of the destruction of cells due to chemotherapy 
  • Healthcare benefits required
  • Type of multispecialty healthcare unit where the transplantation is being performed.
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