August 16th, 2017

Bone Marrow Transplant Program Celebrates One Year

By msequeira

Matthew Fero, MD, FACP

The Bone Marrow Transplant Program at the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center began treating people a little more than one year ago. The first people treated in the program are celebrating their first year after treatment. Bone marrow transplantation helps to treat lymphomas and myelomas. New Mexicans can now get these treatments close to home.

For more information, contact:

  • Program Nurse Manager Maria Limanovich at 505-925-0062 or
  • Program Coordinator Rachel Taylor at 505-925-0061.

 

Matthew Fero, MD, PhD, is the Program Director. He spoke with Mike Jaxson, KSVP-AM, about the program:

He also spoke to Tom Trowbridge, KANW:

Read the press release and the Albuquerque Free Press story.

Tags: blood, blood cancer, Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma, UNM CC In the News