National Marrow Donor Program®

The National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP), which is funded by the Federal Government, was created to improve the effectiveness of the search for bone marrow donors. It keeps a registry of potential bone marrow donors and provides free information on bone marrow transplantation, peripheral blood stem cell transplant, and unrelated donor stem cell transplant, including the use of umbilical cord blood. The NMDP’s Office of Patient Advocacy assists transplant patients and their physicians through the donor search and transplant process by providing information, referrals, support, and advocacy.


Address:

Suite 500
3001 Broadway Street, NE.
Minneapolis, MN 55413–1753

Telephone:

612–627–5800
1–800–627–7692 (1–800–MARROW–2)
1–888–999–6743 (Office of Patient Advocacy)

Web Site:

http://www.marrow.org

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