Latin America: the next region for haematopoietic transplant progress
G Jaimovich, J Martinez Rolon, H Baldomero, M Rivas, I Hanesman, L Bouzas, C Bonfim, J Palma, A Kardus-Urueta, D Ubidia, W Bujan-Boza, O Gonzalez-Ramella, G Ruiz-Arguelles, D Gomez-Almaguer, G Espino, E Fanilla, D Gonzalez, A Carrasco, S Galeano, G Borelli Show all
Bone Marrow Transplantation | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2017
Haematopoietic cell transplant activity in the 28 countries comprising Latin America is poorly defined. We conducted a voluntary survey of members of the Latin American Bone Marrow Transplantation Group regarding transplant activity 2009-2012. Collated responses were compared with data of transplant rates from the Worldwide Network for Blood and Marrow Transplantation for other geographic regions. Several socio-economic variables were analysed to determine correlations with transplant rates. In total, 94 teams from 12 countries reported 11 519 transplants including 7033 autotransplants and 4486 allotransplants. Annual activity increased from 2517 transplants in 2009 to 3263 in 2012, a 30% in..View full abstract
Supported by the Latin American Bone Marrow Transplant Group, The Worldwide Network for Blood and Marrow Transplantation and the Carreras Foundation Germany.