DKMS-BMST is now hiring a person who can save a life. Before you click away and think you’re not fit for the job, wait! We invite you to think again. Little do you know, you can be a lifesaver...along with everyone you know.
Often, a stem cell transplant from a matching donor could be a ray of hope for survival for blood cancer or a blood disorder patient.
It is very important to have more and more donors on the registry so that every patient with blood cancer or a blood disorder who needs a transplant can find a matching donor.
You might be the only person in the world who is the right genetic match for a patient who desperately needs a stem cell transplant to give them a second chance at life.
If you are aged between 18 – 50 and in general good health, please register.Every registration will make a huge difference for people living with blood cancer and blood disorders. You could say that this unique match is basically one in a million.
We can collectively achieve this by getting every eligible person in India to register with DKMS-BMST. When they do this, they are entered into the international registry as potential stem cell donors, ready to save any patient who matches with them.
We have joined hands with multiple companies across the country, all looking for superheroes like we are. Join us in our endeavour today!
In India, every year over 1 lakh people are diagnosed with blood cancer or other blood disorders and despite this huge burden, only 0.04% of the total population is registered as potential blood stem cell donors. While blood cancer is life-threatening, a set of healthy blood stem cells from a matching donor can be life-saving. The demand and supply gap is increasing as people don’t register themselves as potential blood stem cell donors due to the lack of awareness.
Kriti is a young woman, passionate about fashion designing, who dreams of opening up her own boutique one day. Unfortunately, she has been battling Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia for the past 11 years and her only hope of survival is a stem cell transplant from a matching donor.
Vipul, a young man in his early 20s, has been diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer known as Myelofibrosis in March of this year. This condition can only be turned around by a donation from a matching stem cell donor.
Nazmeen is a recent graduate, who has just started her professional career in the field of technology. At this same time, she received her diagnosis of stage 3 Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia and is awaiting her life-saving stem cell transplant.
You can help by registering with us and ordering a swab kit for your home! Click below to order your DIY swab kit at home.