The National Bone Marrow Transplant Link, (nbmtLINK) established in 1992 strives to help patients, caregivers and families cope with the psychosocial challenges of bone marrow/stem cell transplant from diagnosis through survivorship. We provide vital information through valuable resource books, distributed nationally through our partnering cancer (transplant) centers. We provide specialized and personalized support services as well.
Many of our programs are recorded and available on our website. Check out our Lunch & Learns, our new Marrow Masters podcast series, guest blog posts, annual new webinars and more. We also have recently updated many of our resource books, including our popular “Survivorship: Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant: Coping with Late Effects” book.
Our licensed staff social worker, Jennifer Gillette, firstname.lastname@example.org, is also available one on one or will “buddy up” patients and caregivers with a mentor who has survived a transplant and wants to help others. As well, we have a wonderful Second Birthdays program for survivors.
Visit www.nbmtlink.org for more information or call 800-LINK-BMT (800–546–5268.) Visit us on Facebook too!
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