Cancer and Blood Disorders Volumes and Outcomes Data

Volumes and outcomes data on cancer treatments at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute help parents make informed choices. 

Information about outcomes and data on treatments can help parents make informed decisions. Our pediatric oncologists and hematologists are proud to be transparent in reporting all of our volumes and outcomes data so you can make the right choice.

Volumes and Outcomes

Between 2014 and 2016, our team performed more than 150 blood and marrow transplants. Current survival rates for 2016 and 2017 transplants is 95 percent across all transplant types.

Blood and Marrow Transplant Outcomes 2014-2016

  2014-2016 2014-2016 Survival
All transplants 156 137/156 (89%)
Autologous 70 38/40 (95%)
Allogeneic 86 66/80 (83%)
Allogeneic: Non-malignant 26 23/26 (88%)
Allogeneic: Malignant 60 44/55 (80%)

 

One-Year and Current Survival

  2014 2014
1-year
survival
2015 2015
1-year
survival
2016 2016
current
survival
Jan-
May
2017
2017
current
survival
All transplants 43 79% 49 88% 46 94% 19 95%
Autologous 21 92% 19 100% 23 100% 8 100%
Allogeneic 22 73% 30 86% 23 87% 11 91%
Allogeneic: Non-malignant 7 71% 9 89% 7 100% 3 100%
Allogeneic: Malignant 15 73% 21 85% 16 81% 8 88%
Allogeneic: Malignant TRM 1
(7%)
 
2
(10%)
  0  
1
(13%)
 
Allogeneic: Malignant Relapse 6
(40%)
50%
4
(20%)
75
3
(19%)
50%
1
(13%)