Be The Match® 2015 Annual Report

Every three minutes, someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer like leukemia. It can happen to anyone, at any time. But so can a cure—a marrow or cord blood transplant. Learn more about the heart of the Be The Match® mission—delivering cures for blood cancers—in their 2015 Report to the Community.

Be The Match® Annual Report (Fiscal Year 2015)
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Since 1979, the Be The Match nonprofit operated by the National Marrow Donor Program has been connecting patients with blood cancers and  other life threatening diseases with matching donors for life-saving marrow or umbilical cord blood transplants.
Today, the organization has facilitated more than 74,000 marrow and cord blood transplants and nearly 6,400 transplants a year to give patients hope for a future.
As the recognized leader in unrelated marrow transplantation, Be The Match continues to develop services and interactive technologies used by transplant experts around the world to reach more patients.
The organization also continues to lead the way in developing new cellular therapies, advancing services to speed the transplant process and improving treatments for post-transplant complications.
Their 2015 Annual Report highlights how financial support significantly impacts their mission as well as the lives of patients, families, donors and the transplant community.
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