Bone Marrow Transplant

Fairview is proud to partner with University of Minnesota Health to serve our patients in need of a bone marrow transplant (BMT). Physicians at the University of Minnesota performed the world’s first successful bone marrow transplant in 1968. Since then, University of Minnesota Medical Center and University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital have offered our patients the most innovative treatments and therapies available. Children and adults come from around the world to be treated in our hospitals.

The latest research combined with compassionate care

Our transplant specialists have performed more than 6,000 BMTs. We’re proud to be innovators in providing life-saving treatments for people with cancer, blood diseases and other rare conditions. We continually strive to improve the safety and effectiveness of transplant therapy in order to give our patients the best possible outcome.

Adult BMT

Our transplant team offers treatment and care based on each patient’s specific needs. We have the largest umbilical cord blood program in the country, making BMT a realistic option for more patients than ever before.

Learn more about our adult BMT program.

Pediatric BMT

University of Minnesota Health Masonic Children’s Hospital offers our patients the latest in treatment options for every situation. We have one of the most advanced survivorship programs in the nation, helping to reduce transplant side effects and improve each patient’s quality of life.

Learn more about the pediatric BMT program.

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