How Much Does a Bone Marrow Transplant Cost?

A bone marrow transplant is an expensive medical procedure where a patient’s diseased bone marrow cells are replaced,  This procedure is commonly performed on patients with severe illnesses such as leukemia, lymphomas and other types of anemia and immunodeficiency diseases.  Most of the time, a donor with a matching bone marrow is needed for the transplant.  In other cases, the dead bone marrow cells of the patient can be replaced by their own healthy bone marrow from other areas of the body.  Despite its high costs, the transplant is not a guarantee that the disease will not reoccur.

How much does it cost?

What is going to be included?

What are the extra costs?

  1. Lodging for follow-up care
  2. Follow-up office visits
  3. Home care, house cleaning following transplant
  4. Childcare
  5. Prescriptions
  6. Transportation and parking
  7. Telephone costs
  8. Over-the-counter medications and related supplies

Depending on what the transplant requires, you must search for a donor.  Finding donor will cost money for the following expenses:

Factors that influence the price:

Tips to know:

Questions to ask the doctor:

Below are some questions that are the suggested for you to ask your doctor before undergoing the bone marrow transplant.  These are given by Cancer Research UK.

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