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4,173,576 Registered Donors
1,337 Awaiting Transplant (12.31.2021)
1,142 Kidney (waiting) (12.31.2021)
132 Liver (waiting) (12.31.2021)
43 Heart (waiting) (12.31.2021)
25 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting) (12.31.2021)
9 Lung (waiting) (12.31.2021)
4 Pancreas (waiting) (12.31.2021)
1 Intestine (waiting) (12.31.2021)
0 Heart/Lung (waiting) (12.31.2021)
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Bone Marrow Donation

Patients with leukemia, lymphoma and other life-threatening diseases may be treated by a bone marrow transplant. Bone marrow transplant is a type of living donation. For many of these patients, a transplant may be the best and only hope of a cure. To learn more, visit one of the following links:

In addition, visit the following sites to learn more about being a bone marrow donor and bone marrow transplants.