I am - or I think I am - already registered with another donor center. Should I register with DKMS as well?

We ask that all who wish to register must be confident that they are NOT registered with DKMS or any other U.S. organization that registers bone marrow donors. Multiple registrations by the same individual can result in duplicate HLA profiles searchable on ...

Who can register as a potential blood stem cell donor?

If you are between the ages of 18 and 55-years-old and in general good health, then you may be able to register as a blood stem cell donor.

If you have previously registered with DKMS or another donor center, there is no need to do so again, as you w...

Why do you register between 18-55?

DKMS encourages anyone who is between the ages of 18-55, eligible, and willing to donate to register as a potential stem cell donor today.  Our age limits allow for the widest spectrum of potential registrants while ensuring the safety of our donors and the...

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Let’s check your eligibility! Are you between the ages of 18-55 and currently living in the US?