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FAQ-Treatment

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    What is a blood and bone marrow transplant (BMT)?

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    Blood and bone marrow transplantation is a special type of treatment for people with certain types of cancer or other bone marrow disorders. In a blood and bone marrow transplant, cells that are normally found in the bone marrow are taken, prepared and given back to the patient or another person. The aim of a blood and bone marrow transplant is to give a person healthy bone marrow cells after their own unhealthy bone marrow has been removed. 
    Blood and bone marrow transplants have been used successfully since 1968 to treat diseases such as leukaemia, lymphoma, aplastic anaemia, immunodeficiency disorders and some solid tumour cancers.

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    What is the estimated hospital stay duration for BMT?

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    Who can benefit from a blood and bone marrow transplant (BMT)?

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    What is CAR-T therapy?

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    Which patients benefit from CAR-T?

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    How long should we stay in the hospital for CAR-T?

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    What is the treatment process of CAR-T?

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    How many CAR-T have you done?

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    What is your CAR-T success rate?

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    What is the benefit of having a bone marrow transplant (BMT) after CAR-T?

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    How do I get an appointment?

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    Which documents should I bring with me?

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    Who will handle my appointments and schedule while in the hospital?

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    What is the process for patients to seek medical advice?

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    Can I get my case report after treatment?

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    Will someone help me go to the airport when I return home after treatment?