What conditions can be treated with bone marrow transplant?

Transplant. Leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other bone marrow disorders.
Pls see below. Donor transplants - leukemias, lymphomas, bone marrow failures, certain hereditary conditions (sickle cell disease, storage diseases). Autologous transplants - brain tumors, solid tumors, certain autoimmune conditions.

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What condition is treated with bone marrow transplant?

Marrow Failure. There are several types of diseases needing bone marrow transplant to treat. One group includes a failure of the bone marrow cells to grow and function i.e. Aplastic anemia; and the other includes cancers of the bone marrow cells that are destroyed with chemotherapy/radiation to treat the cancer, then replaced with a bone marrow transplant. Read more...
Marrow transplantati. While this is commonly used for the leukemias, lymphomas and aplastic anemias, a variety of other condtions are being tested including inherited immune deficiency, blood dyscrasias and some other inherited systemic diseases. Ask your doctor if your condition qualifies. Read more...

Hello doctor my father was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndromes can he be treated by bone marrow transplant?

Yes, but... To answer your question, yes, bone marrow transplant is a treatment option for MDS but is not usually the immediate choice. MDS is a very broad spectrum of diseases and each case is unique, thus there are many considerations before deciding on the best therapy approach. Sorry to hear about your father. Below is a link for more information about treatments for MDS. http://bit.ly/2iADlYQ. Read more...