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Transplant Survival Rates

Use our tool to find patient survival rates after a transplant. You can select the diagnoses, transplant type, and disease status (risk factor).

Then, we’ll pull the results into a report for you.

Note: Every patient’s experience is unique. These survival rates tell you how other patients with a similar disease and treatment have done as a group. You may respond differently to a transplant than someone else. Talk with your doctor about how this data applies to you.

Where do you get the data?

The data come from the C.W. Bill Young Cell Transplantation Program’s Stem Cell Therapeutic Outcomes Database. It collects transplant data from hospitals all across the U.S. The Center for International Blood & Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR®) manages the database.

When and where did transplants occur?

Transplants occurred at transplant centers in the United States from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2015. These are the current data to provide 3-year survival rates. The analysis to create this report is done every three years; it was last done in 2018 and will be updated in 2021.

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Additional Resources

List of Diagnoses

Read the list to help you understand how diseases are organized in the broad categories.

Glossary

View more information about the terms used in the Transplant Survival Report.

Participating Transplant Centers

Review the list of transplant centers that report data about transplants.

Transplant Center Survival

Find 1-year survival by transplant center.

Learn about transplant outcomes

View information that explains survival and transplant outcomes.

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