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Transplant centers of the Sankalp-Cure2Children network on the cutting edge of the use of partially matched family donors, so called haploidentical, transplantation.

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The Cure2Children and Sankalp India Foundation present their frugal innovation progress at the most widely attended international scientific hematology meeting.

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P.A. is a 7 year-old boy from Nigeria cured from Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) with a bone marrow transplant from his elder sister almost a year ago. The family contacted Cure2Children in July 2016, free compatibility testing was arranged by shipping the kits to Nigeria. After knowing that the sister was matched, the family decided to come to our partner BMT center in Bangalore-India, established in collaboration with Sankalp India Foundation.

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Our first patient with high-risk neuroblastoma is recovering from his autologous stem cell transplantation done on December 9. We are very grateful to Sankalp India Foundation and all our great staff at CIMS-Ahmedabad (India) BMT unit.

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