5,47,418 - Donors Registered
DATRI has 5,47,418 Registered Donors, The probability of ﬁnding an unrelated matched donor is 1 in 10,000 to 1 in over a Million Take the ﬁrst step. Register yourself as a Blood Stem Cell Donor.
1301 - Lives Gifted
DATRI has facilitated 1301 Blood Stem Cell Donations till now. Many patients are still waiting for the match. Register and become a lifesaver and give them a second chance to Live
DATRI Blood Stem Cell Donors Registry, a not-for-profit organisation, has facilitated 1301 Blood Stem Cell Donations to date. The journey began in the year 2009 to find unrelated matched donors for patients with leukaemia, Thalassemia or blood disorders whose life is dependent on an unrelated donor to survive. DATRI, India’s largest Blood Stem Cell Donors Registry, has more than 5,47,418 donors registered. DATRI is working towards creating a wide and diverse database of potential Blood Stem Cell Donors that can be accessed by any patient living anywhere in the world in need of a Blood Stem Cell Donation. Any healthy individual between the age of 18 years to 50 years can register as a blood stem cell donor with DATRI and potentially become a lifesaver when they’re found to be a match for a fatal blood disorder patient.
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Donor Recipient Meet
Experiencing a Bond
Naveen, an employee at Northern Trust Operations Pvt. Ltd., discovered an unexpected opportunity to save a life through blood stem cell donation with DATRI. Naveen’s swab sample turned into a life-changing revelation—he was a perfect match for a patient in need. Naveen went ahead with the donation to offer the profound gift of life. His act transcended the confines of his ordinary life, underscoring the transformative power of selflessness in bringing hope and a second chance at life to Ashutosh Sahu .
A Lifesaving Connection: Kalpeshbhai and Advik
Kalpeshbhai, a donor registered with DATRI in 2013, felt overwhelming joy when he discovered he was a perfect match for Advik Goel, a child diagnosed with Congenital Neutropenia. Advik’s parents, facing a medical crisis found hope through DATRI who helped them to find the perfect match from the registry. Kalpeshbhai was a 10/10 match for Advik. When Kapeshbhai met Advik and his parents, he felt that he witnessed a miracle while Advik’s father humbly said,” Grateful beyond words for our selfless donor who has given our son a new lease on life.
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1. How does bone marrow donation help in saving lives?
2. How does a blood stem cell donor registry work in India?
3. What is the minimum age for blood stem cell donation?
4. How do we know Datri is a trustworthy organization?
5. What makes DATRI’s Stem cell donor registry foundation the best?
6. Why is DATRI the top NGO in India?
DATRI is registered with the World Marrow Donors Association (WMDA) and is also listed in the Global Search Program, Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide Association (BMDW).
7. What is a bone marrow transplant & its process?
A bone marrow transplant is a procedure that replaces a person's faulty bone marrow stem cells with new and healthy stem cells from related or unrelated HLA matched donor.
Before the transplant, the patient’s body is prepared. Any existing faulty marrow cells are killed through high doses of chemotherapy and possible radiation. This destroys the faulty stem cells that are present in the patient’s body and also suppresses body's immune system so that it won't attack the new stem cells after the transplant.
A healthy part of stem cells is then infused to the patient’s blood which gets carried to the bone tissues. This later develops to healthy and new marrow cells. The process works similar to blood transfusion.