The center at Srinakarin campus first opened its doors on September 30, 2004. We have trained medical staff and have a full array of modern medical equipment and facilities that meet international standards such as the Positive Pressure Room, which is effective in the prevention of infection. We have sufficient rooms to meet the needs of patients with low immunity and those who are at risk of catching an infection, including patients who receive high doses of chemotherapy.
Bone Marrow Transplantation is a method of treatment which is replacing the abnormal stem cells from a person’s bone marrow with healthy stem cells. These stem cells will grow in the bone marrow of the patient and develop into red blood cells, white blood cells, platelet or other normal tissues. This is a treatment option that can cure patients from diseases such as acute and chronic leukemia, aplastic anemia, some types of cancer of the lymph nodes, and genetic diseases such as thalassemia, which is commonly found among the Thai population.
Our services include:
Allogeneic Transplant – stem cells are usually donated from a genetically-matched family member (usually a brother or sister). Genetic matching, called HLA matching, is done from blood samples. Other donors for allogeneic bone marrow transplants may include:
Innovative treatment for cancer patients
"96% One Year Survival Rate – Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT)"
Haploidentical Bone Marrow Transplantation: A breakthrough treatment for cancer patients using family stem cells in which a healthy first-degree relative – a parent, sibling or child – can often serve as a donor. Learn more
Photopheresis: An innovative therapy to prevent or to treat GvHD
Photopheresis is a non-invasive and painless procedure that stimulate immune reactions to fight the development or progression of graft versus host disease (GvHD). Our patients have been as young as 2 years old and weighed as little as 10 Kilograms. Learn more