With a 50-year legacy in blood and marrow transplantation (BMT), University of Minnesota Health continues to pioneer and perfect new cellular breakthroughs like CAR T-cell therapy and NK cell therapy; making the Blood and Marrow Transplant program at University of Minnesota Health a world leader in patient care for those with cancer and rare disorders. As a patient, you will have access to the latest advanced treatment options and clinical trials to ensure the best possible outcomes.
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Besides providing comprehensive care, the BMT program at University of Minnesota Health provides numerous supportive services, like access to a social worker, state-of-the-art amenities, financial assistance and more to make sure patients are cared for at every stage of their treatment journey. Our goal is to help you stay focused on your health and let us take care of the logistics.
You get the best minds working together to create a plan of care that gives you the latest advances in treatments, while valuing your choices and health care goals.
Meet the blood and bone marrow transplantation care teams and learn more about our program:
Or contact us at 612-273-2800
Leaders in BMT Research
Doctors with University of Minnesota Health are leaders in BMT thanks to a partnership with one of the nation’s top cancer research centers – Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.
The Masonic Cancer Center is the only Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Twin Cities, as designated by the National Cancer Institute. Because our doctors are part of Masonic Cancer Center, they can provide patients and their families with access to the most advanced treatment options, including early-phase clinical trials, many of which are available nowhere else.
University of Minnesota Foundation published an in-depth article about the history of our blood and marrow transplant program and features many patients and families whose lives were changed by this extraordinary treatment. Read more.
Support blood and marrow transplant research, patient care and more by participating in an event or making a gift. See a full list of activities and opportunities below.
Marrow on the Move
Saturday, July 28
Run or walk with us in the fight against life-threatening blood diseases. All proceeds support blood and marrow transplant research. Register and learn more.
Chainbreaker - A movement to end cancer
Chainbreaker is an extraordinary fundraising and cycling event which raises transformative funding for research at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. Register and learn more.
To see a full list of fundraising events hosted by University of Minnesota Foundation, please visit https://give.umn.edu/get-involved/attend-event.
Make a gift today to support blood and marrow transplant research, or learn more about how your gift can make a difference by contacting Bridgette Haley of the University of Minnesota Foundation at 612-625-6922 or firstname.lastname@example.org.