World Blood Cancer Day - make your mark!

Are you ready to become a potential lifesaver? Join the registry now

World Blood Cancer Day - make your mark!

On 28th May people around the world show their support for people with blood cancer. Make your mark and register as a potential blood stem cell donor!

Every 35 seconds, someone somewhere in the world is diagnosed with a type of blood cancer or a blood disorder.

Every year, over 80,000 people around the globe search for a matching blood stem cell donor outside their family. Many never find the donor they need to beat blood cancer.

In India, every year more than 1,00,000 people are diagnosed with Blood Cancer or a Blood Disorder. With the rising number of cases, it has become a major public health concern for our nation.

This World Blood Cancer Day, 28th May, people living with blood cancer and blood disorders need your support more than ever. If we join hands as a community and country, there is nothing we can't achieve. #WeAreAllWeNeed to win the battle against blood cancer.

If every single one of us does our part, just imagine the number of lives we can save! Register yourself as a blood stem cell donor and help patients all over the world get a second chance at life! You really can make a difference, and give hope at a time that is so difficult for so many. Together, we can create miracles!

Do good things and spread the word

Be it Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Linked In, or WhatsApp – tell the world you’re on standby to save a life. Be as creative as you like and use the ‘&’ symbol or your registration kit! Don’t forget to share your photos with us, using the hashtags #WBCD #WeAreAllWeNeed #MakeYourMark and #DKMSBMST

Are you ready to become a potential lifesaver? Join the registry now

We provide blood cancer patients with a second chance at life.

The vision of DKMS-BMST is to fight blood cancer and blood disorders. Therefore, we are constantly working towards registering potential blood stem cell donors.
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Help us to register even more lifesavers

We’d love it if you could help us to get more people on the registry and thus give new hope for life to many blood cancer patients.
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