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The Asia-Pacific Blood and Marrow Transplantation Group (APBMT) was initiated in 1990. We are involved in hematological stem cell transplantation, cell therapy, and related therapies, sharing their information and cooperating with basic and clinical research in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2000, APBMT planned to have a transplantation-case registry system as a symbol of the group’s unity and initiated APBMT Registry (consisting of annual Activity Survey and annual Outcome Registration) in 2006.

Since then, we have performed the yearly activity survey 16 times, and you can see their results through our website. In 2009, APBMT became one of the Worldwide Network for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (WBMT) founding members. As of August 2019, APBMT comprises 22 countries / regions and is expanding its activities through the Annual Congresses, Activity Survey / Outcome Registry, and the official journal (Blood Cell Therapy).


APBMT Organization Tree

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The objectives of the Society are to advance knowledge in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of haematological diseases. It also aims to advance the knowledge and practice of transfusion medicine, as well as promote research, training and interests in haematological diseases and transfusion medicine in Singapore.

The Society regularly organises or supports educational events related to the recognition, treatment and prevention of haematological diseases. The Society contributes actively to medical education at all levels, and also collaborates with other local and international medical and haematological societies and professional groups on basic and clinical research into haematological diseases and transfusion medicine.

About Singapore Society of Haematology (SSH)

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