- TRM of day 100: 88/1081 (8.1%) (TRM: Treatment-related mortality)
The first BMT in Asia in 1964 and the longest survivor:
Due to severe aplastic anaemia (SAA), the patient received syn -BMT from Dr Lu, Daopei in 1964. She is still alive and healthy today. It is the first HSCT in Asia, also the fourth BMT patient in the world and the longest disease-free survival after BMT in the world.
The youngest patient (2.5 months old):
The patient, born at two months due to congenital immunodeficiency disease, had undergone unrelated double cord blood transplantation at Lu Daopei Hospital. The haematopoietic and immune functions had returned to normal after the transplant.
The oldest for URD-HSCT (65 years):
A 65-year-old patient with ALL received a haematopoietic stem cell transplant. He returned to a normal life after the transplant.
(URD: Unrelated donor)
The heaviest (95kg) for a (double) cord blood transplant:
ALL with central nervous system leukaemia, the first patient to receive a double cord blood transplant. He was healthy after the transplant and had returned to work for 14 years.