Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide is celebrating a momentous milestone
Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide is celebrating a momentous milestone: 25 million people are currently listed as potential marrow donors on worldwide donor registries: This record number of registry members gives greater hope to blood cancer patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals around the world
BMDW website and match was not accessible
Due a national internet problem at the Dutch telecom provider the BMDW website and match program were not available for some time on 2015 July 23th. We apologize for any trouble caused. The internet connection is up now and the service should be available again.
Welcome to Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide
Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide (BMDW) is the continuing effort to collect the HLA phenotypes and other relevant data of volunteer stem cell donors and cord blood units, and is responsible for the co-ordination of their worldwide distribution. Participants are 75 stem cell donor registries from 53 countries, and 52 cord blood registries from 36 countries.
The current number of donors and cord blood units in the BMDW database is:
26,390,256 (25,724,629 donors and 665,627 CBU's)
There are currently 928 users from 564 organisations authorized to access the on-line BMDW services.
You may want to see the increase of the number of stem cell donors and cord blood units, or an overview of the number of donors and cord blood units for each participating registry.
Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide started as an initiative of the Immunobiology Working Party of the European Group of Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT) in 1988. In February 1989 the first edition was distributed, which contained the donor files of eight registries with a total of 155,000 volunteer stem cell donors.
BMDW - Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide * Plesmanlaan 1b * 2333 BZ Leiden * The Netherlands