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Information for Patients

Your physician has asked Canadian Blood Services' OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network to conduct a search for a suitable stem cell donor on behalf of yourself or your loved one. The following information will help you understand the role that OneMatch has in conducting a search and in coordinating the donation of volunteer stem cells. While you still may be coming to terms with the diagnosis, be assured that OneMatch staff are working hard to find a donor for you or your loved one.

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* Formerly the Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry (UBMDR). If you are registered in UBMDR, you are already a part of OneMatch. You do not need to register again.

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