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Who do we Report to?





The MBMT Program is a member of various transplant registries. Transplant registries act as a "pooling center" for data submitted by numerous worldwide transplant centers. The data is collected according to standards set by each individual registry, allowing for the compilation and comparing of transplant data in order to identify ways to improve transplant outcomes on a worldwide basis.

Generic, unidentifiable transplant data is submitted by us to the following registries:

  • International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry/Autologous Blood & Marrow Transplant Registry (IBMTR/ABMTR)

    Since 1972 the IBMTR has collected and analyzed outcome data from over 450 transplant centers worldwide.

    The IBMTR is a voluntary organization collaborating with numerous transplant centers in an effort to address important issues in blood and marrow transplantation in all patient populations and groups.

  • Pediatric Blood & Marrow Transplant Consortium (PBMTC)

    Since 1990 the PBMTC has collected information from 77 centers throughout the USA, Canada & Australia.

    The consortium's focus is on transplant data from patients less than 22 years of age, with the goal of improving transplant outcomes in a specific and specialized patient population - young children and adults.

  • Canadian Blood & Marrow Transplant Group (CBMTG)

    The CBMTG is a national, voluntary organization providing leadership and promoting excellence in patient care and education in the field of blood and marrow transplant.