How To Find A Donor

If you or someone you know is diagnosed with serious blood disorders like blood cancer (forms of Leukemia and Lymphoma), Thalassemia or Aplastic Anemia, a blood stem cell transplant may be the best or the only hope of cure.

The patient’s treating doctor will be able to evaluate the need for a blood stem cell transplant. If the doctor recommends a transplant, the first step will be to check the availability of a matching donor within the family. If no matched donors are found within the family, the next step would be finding an unrelated matched donor.

DATRI is an unrelated adult blood stem cell donors registry that aids in finding an unrelated matched donor for blood stem cell transplantation.

 If a Match is Not Found

The odds of finding a match are 1 in 10,000 to 1 in a million. However, DATRI has been able to facilitate over 520 transplants until February 2018.

In the event a patient does not find a matched donor from the registry or any other registry worldwide, DATRI can help the patient’s family in conducting awareness campaigns to register willing donors from across the country.

This campaign can be conducted in colleges, corporates and communities known to the patient’s family and friends.

For more information, please contact Ms. Gayathri Shenoy (+91 9108792147, gayathri.s@datri.org)


Create your own campaign page with the help of DATRI. You can use the given form to send all the details. Once the page is created you can share it with your friends and family to register them as lifesavers.

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