WMDA offers a wide range of resources for investigators, physicians, donors and patients—from published books and statistical data to guidelines for donors and their families. Visit our resource library to learn more.
WMDA has developed template forms that organisations can use to cover the initial search process through the delivery of stem cell at the transplant facility. Find all forms available on this page.
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Formal Request for HPC, Marrow and/ or HPC, Apheresis
Formal Request for T-cells, Apheresis
Formal Request for 2nd transplant- same recipient and same donor (HPC, Marrow and/ or HPC, Apheresis)
Formal Request for 2nd transplant- same recipient and alternative donor
|F10||Formal Request for Stem Cell or Lymphocyte Collection|
|F20||Previous Transplant History|
|F30||Final Compatibility Test|
Request for HPC, Cord
Forms used by Donor Center/ Collection Centre
Forms related to Transport
Forms related to Donor Follow-up
Request for Patient’s Sibling Service
Transplant Follow Up
|TF1||Stem Cell Transplantation Follow-up (3 months after transplantation)|
|TF2||Stem Cell Transplantation Follow-up (year(s) after transplantation)|
Statistics Search & Match Service
WMDA Finance & Activities Report
WMDA Global Trends Report
- Summary data set
- Extended data set (available on request, please send an mail to mail @ wmda.info
S(P)EAR Annual Reports
This book is about heroes, donors who have donated their bone marrow or blood stem cells to save a stranger’s life. Behind the scenes, there are amazing people who play an unseen but vital role in the journey these cells make from the donor to a patient: medical personnel, search coordinators, donor recruiters and couriers. Let your mind be opened and your heart touched as you read this collection of true stories about people who care, who have reached across boundaries of nationality, ethnicity and geography to make a real difference to the lives of patients in need.
“Everybody can be diagnosed with blood cancer. But on the other hand, everyone can also help. Whoever joins a stem cell register can become a lifesaver one day! The WMDA, therefore, accomplishes a very important job. Which is why I support the worldwide fight against the disease! One thing is for sure: We can only defeat blood cancer together.” Jérôme Boateng – World Soccer Champion and Ambassador of DKMS Soccer Project
Only a few copies are available at the WMDA office. These copies are reserved for unique contributors to the WMDA mission.
A gift for life
Since the first successful unrelated bone marrow transplant in 1973, hundred thousands of unrelated blood stem cell transplants have been performed worldwide. This would not have been possible without the existence of blood stem cell organisations in many countries. Still, not all patients in need of a blood stem cell transplant are able to find a suitable donor or cord blood unit even today, which motivates people to start up new registries or cord blood banks in countries which do not have one yet. WMDA has developed a handbook which guides new organisations on how to set up a registry or cord blood bank. As WMDA member, you will get free access to the digital version of the WMDA Handbook.