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Common Questions
Over the years, nbmtLINK staff and peer support volunteers have spoken with hundreds of people who have successfully undergone a bone marrow/stem cell transplant. However, some BMT patients and survivors continue to deal with the physical and/or emotional after effects of a transplant. These varied experiences, poignant stories, and lingering questions from BMT patients and families have motivated the nbmtLINK to create several original publications that help to answer important questions and provide support for those continuing to deal with the ongoing late effects of a BMT.  Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Frequently Asked Questions - Helpful information for patients, caregivers and families; Resource Guide for Stem Cell Transplant, Including Bone Marrow, Peripheral Blood, and Cord Blood; Caregivers' Guide for Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant: Practical Perspectives; and The New Normal DVD.

To read the answers to many common questions about BMT, go to the Frequently Asked Questions booklet. And, please call the nbmtLINK toll free at 800-LINK-BMT or e-mail us if you have additional questions or just want to talk.

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View Informative Webcasts: Coping with Chronic Graft vs. Host Disease in Adults and Children; Impact of Cancer & BMT on Spouse-Caregivers
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