Increasing use of reduced intensity conditioning transplants: report of the 2001 EBMT activity survey

@article{Gratwohl2002IncreasingUO,
  title={Increasing use of reduced intensity conditioning transplants: report of the 2001 EBMT activity survey},
  author={Alois A Gratwohl and Helen Baldomero and J R Passweg and {\'A}lvaro Urbano-Isp{\'i}zua},
  journal={Bone Marrow Transplantation},
  year={2002},
  volume={30},
  pages={813-831}
}
Since 1990, the EBMT has annually collected numbers of HSCT by disease indication, donor type and stem cell source. The 2001 survey concentrates on the use of reduced intensity conditioning (RIC) transplants and its dissemination in Europe. In 2001, there were 19576 HSCT for new patients, 6413 with allogeneic HSCT (33%), 13163 with autologous HSCT (67%) and 3256 additional re- or multiple transplants, 868 (667/201) allogeneic and 2658 (537/2121) autologous, collected from 596 centers in 35… CONTINUE READING