BMDR

(redirected from Bone Marrow Donor Registry)
AcronymDefinition
BMDRBare Metal Disaster Recovery (Hewlett Packard)
BMDRBone Marrow Donor Registry (various locations)
BMDRBelow-Market Discount Rate
BMDRBalistic Missile Defense Review (US DoD)
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Blood and platelet donors between the ages of 17 and 30 are able to join the Welsh Bone Marrow Donor Registry by speaking to one of our nurses at their next blood donation, who will arrange for an extra sample of blood to be taken to test their eligibility.
While there, he was asked if he would also like to go on the Welsh Bone Marrow Donor Registry too.
This means fans can join a bone marrow donor registry with a simple cheek swab.
An Italian survey reported that only 26.4% donors underwent thorough screening in accordance with Italian Bone Marrow Donor Registry standards [62].
The Karaiskakio foundation was initially established for the purpose of organising a volunteer bone marrow donor registry, but is also helping leukaemia patients in other ways.
"Funds raised will be donated to the Hadassah Bone Marrow Donor Registry in the Holy Land which is building bridges of peace by nding life-saving matches for blood cancer suerers throughout the Middle East and beyond."
Haber thinks if the language changed, far more people from diverse ethnic and racial groups might be willing to join the American Bone Marrow Donor Registry -- whose name perhaps should also be changed.
The Emirates Bone Marrow Donor Registry located at Sharjah Blood Transfusion Centre does not have a match for Nimesh.
Summary: RIYADH: The King Abdullah International Medical Research Center (KAIMRC) has set up the first national bone marrow donor registry in the Kingdom, according to Ali H.
While the new rules contained restrictions for gay organ donors, they did trigger a review on the restriction of gay men's bone marrow and stem cells, according to Jennifer Phillippe, director of One Match,--formerly known as the Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry.
"If you need blood, any ethnic group can have your blood type, but if you are from a certain genetic background and you need bone marrow, you are more likely to find your donor in your own community," explained Beverly Campbell, director of the Canadian Blood Services OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network, formerly known as the Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry. "It is important to have representation from Aboriginals in Canada because they have a unique typing we don't find elsewhere in the world."