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Bone Marrow Transplantation: Information for Patients

Care at UCLA for patients in need of bone marrow transplantation services are provided by the Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplantation Program.

As part of the Division of Transplantation Services at UCLA, the Program provides for patients with hematologic malignancies receiving chemotherapy and those patients for whom transplantation is the therapy of choice. The treatment of blood and marrow cancers include currently available therapies, investigational drugs and treatments, as well as stem cell transplantation. 

The Program's team of physicians meet weekly to discuss individual treatment approaches as part of developing a coordinated treatment recommendation. For more information on our expert staff, click here to Meet the Team.

Making an Appointment

UCLA Bone Marrow Transplantation TeamPlease call the appropriate number below to schedule an appointment. Be prepared to provide the following information: name, address, birth date, social security number and name of referring physician.

You can also fill out our online form and one of our staff will contact you.

The Transplant Clinic, where the evaluation will normally take place, is located at 200 UCLA Medical Plaza, next to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Parking is conveniently located in parking structures beneath and directly behind the Medical Plaza. (See our location map for more directions.)

Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Program
Phone: (310) 825-6708

Adult Bone Marrow Transplant Program
Phone: (310) 794-3005

Mailing Address
UCLA Department of Transplantation Services
200 UCLA Medical Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 9009

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials involving chemotherapy with or without bone marrow transplantation for patients in remission or relapse are available using allogeneic, autologous and unrelated donors. Transplant programs using bone marrow or peripheral blood stem cells are also available.

If you are interested in finding out more about these studies, visit our Clinical Trials Guide for general information and a listing of currently open clinical trials.

Additional Resources

For more information on bone marrow transplantation services at UCLA, visit the following website:

Last updated: 5/18/2010 3:25:09 PM