How old do you have to be to have a bone marrow transplant?

No absolute age. There isn't an absolute age. However, for young children, there are separate pediatric bone marrow transplant programs. Check with a pediatric program in your area for their protocols.
Any age. A bone marrow transplant can be done on infants < 1 year old. There are some upper age limits for elderly patients depending on the type of transplant.

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