WMDA


Long since a member of Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide, Ezer Mizion has recently received the prestigious accreditation of World Marrow Donor Association. Of over one hundred Registry members in BMDW, only twenty are WMDA accredited. Ezer Mizion is proud that the high-level standards of its International Bone Marrow Registry have enabled it to meet the stringent criteria of World Marrow Donor Association.

World Marrow Donor Association (WMDA) fosters international collaboration between registries, enabling successful transplants to take place around the globe. WMDA’s high standards for accreditation aim at quality assurance for Registries worldwide which aids the patient’s transplant team in their international search for an unrelated donor.
Accreditation by World Marrow Donor Association attests that certified Registries are committed to following WMDA’s superior standards. These regulations enhance the quality of the procedures necessary to obtain stem cells. The ultimate goal is to obtain the appropriate quality and quantity of blood-produced stem cells needed for transplant, from the most suitable unrelated donor, in the shortest possible time, while protecting the anonymity, health and well being of the volunteer donor.

Founded in 1998, Ezer Mizion’s International Jewish Bone Marrow Registry has grown to be the 4th largest registry worldwide and the largest Jewish registry around the globe. For many cancer patients in Jewish communities everywhere, whose sole chance of survival had been a bone marrow transplant, the registry was the answer to their prayers. A genetic match is essential for a successful transplant and in the multi-ethnic Ezer Mizion Registry, the perfect life-saving match was found.

For further info: http://www.ezermizion.org

World’s Largest Jewish Registry Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide (Holland) Member

Fourth Largest Registry Internationally NMDP (National Marrow Donors Program, USA) Member

» 583,837 Potential Donors » 3,952 Complete Donor Patient Matches

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