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The National Bone Marrow Transplant Link offers and promotes a number of supportive programs and services for bone marrow transplant patients and their families:
Telephone Education and Support Group for
Week 1: Overview of Chronic Graft versus Host Disease
For additional information or to register, please call:
Celebrate Your Second Birthday!
Contact the nbmtLINK at info@nbmtlink to receive a specially designed card that recognizes you and your caregiver on your transplant anniversary. Since survivorship issues, both physical and emotional, often continue for years after transplant, this program focuses attention on the ongoing needs of BMT survivors and their caregivers, creating a community that understands the importance of this “second birthday.” If you or someone you love would like to be recognized, please contact Cindy Goldman at 800-546-5268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The road to, through, and beyond BMT can be challenging for both the patient and the caregiver. Often times, the needs of the caregiver may go unnoticed. The Caregiver’s Companion Program combines the confidential support of a Be The Match caregiver coach with a toolkit that helps caregivers manage stress and stay emotionally and physically healthy.
Be The Match Patient Services has a team dedicated to helping you find answers. You can turn to us to learn about marrow and cord blood transplant as a treatment option, the overall transplant process, and what to expect after transplant. We're here for you every step of the way, from diagnosis through survivorship. Call 1 (612) 362-3410 or e-mail email@example.com.
Reassurance, Understanding, and Support when you
“Peer Support on Call Program” is a free service offered by the National Bone Marrow Transplant Link. Emotional support is available through one-on-one conversations with trained peer support volunteers who are bone marrow/stem cell transplant survivors, caregivers and marrow donors. Since they have been through the transplant experience themselves, they understand the patient’s and caregiver’s feelings and can provide an empathetic point of view. For patients and caregivers, peer support is only a phone call away. If you would like to request a phone call from a peer support volunteer, please click here or call our office at 800-LINK-BMT (800-546-5268).
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