Datri

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DATRI is a non-profit organization that has been set up to help save lives of those suffering from life threatening disorders like leukemia, lymphoma etc.

With very few registered donors available in India, the possibility of finding a match for an Indian anywhere in the world is very bleak. DATRI is working towards creating a wide and diverse database of potential donors that can be accessed by any patient, living anywhere in the world, in need of a stem cell transplant.

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Datri

  1. 1. What is the PROBLEM? 10,000 babies are born with Thalassemia in India 104,239 cases of Blood Cancer (Leukemia) diagnosed in 2010 Over 100 fatal blood disorders exist in the world
  2. 2. What is the CuRE? BLOOD STEM CELL TRANSPLANT
  3. 3. What do the following people have in Common?
  4. 4. All of them have GIFTed A Life by donating their Blood Stem Cells!
  5. 5. Non-contagious Cardiovascular & Kidney infections DiabetesCancer, Contagious Bacterial,Viral and Other Microbial Proliferation Types of diseases
  6. 6. The ongoing battle Cancer Bladder Cancer Breast Cancer Colon Cancer Endometrial Cancer Kidney Cancer Lung Cancer Pancreatic Cancer Prostate Cancer Thyroid Cancer Melanoma Leukemia
  7. 7. Via new blood stem cells Leukemia is Curable!
  8. 8. Red Blood Cells White Blood Cells Platelets What are blood stem cells?
  9. 9. Successful transplant requires a genetic typing match Patient Donor & Between +
  10. 10. Donor Odds of finding a donor within the family 25 %
  11. 11. Peripheral Blood 21 Sources of Adult Blood Stem Cells Bone Marrow
  12. 12. 50 donor registries around the world Accounting for over 20 million donors. Impressive numbers.
  13. 13. 50 donor registries around the world But amongst these donors are just a small % of Indians
  14. 14. Founded by Raghu Rajagopal, Dr. Nezih Cereb, Dr. Soo Young Yang Care to be aSavior?
  15. 15. DATRI is working towards creating a diverse database of potential donors that can be accessed by any patient, living anywhere in the world, in need of a stem-cell transplant DATRI’s - MISSION
  16. 16. We envision a global society in which every patient in need of life saving blood stem cells, is provided with an opportunity to find a genetically matched , willing donor. DATRI’s - VISION
  17. 17. DATRI Blood Stem Cell Donors Regist DATRI was founded in 2009 formed as a non-profit and registered as section 25 company Over 48000 donors in the registry Registered with BMDW (Bone Marrow Donor Worldwide) www.bmdw.org Member of WMDA – World Marrow Donor Association 80 G Exemption for Income Tax benefit PBSC Donations facilitated in 9 Hospitals in India 50 unrelated donations facilitated
  18. 18. Donation is a strictly voluntary process You are between the ages of 18 to 50 You are void of Hepatitis AIDS Any other serious blood disorder
  19. 19. Care to be aSavior? Your act of kindness today Can help someone reclaim their tomorrow
  20. 20. Procedure to become a volunteer donor Attend awareness session Fill up an Application form Sign a Consent formBuccal swab procedure Have to re m ain a co m m itte d do no r tillthe ag e o f 6 0 HLA Typing
  21. 21. The MaTCHING Process + Family Relatives Datri Patient Donor HLA Match Patient seeks suitable Donor / HLA Match Contact Donor From Datri
  22. 22. 2 3 Procedure for donation 4 5 HLA Confirmatory Typing Pre-Screening Mobilization process PBSC Donation (3-4 hours) 1 Harvested PBSC for treatment +
  23. 23. REITERATE - STEP 1 – Become a registered donor • Your first step towards saving a life • Go through the awareness session • Fill up an application form • Sign a consent form • Give 4 cheek cell samples (buccal swab) • Get a unique id number
  24. 24. STEP 2 – If you are a match • A )Give a sample of blood • B) Go through a master health check up • C) Donate PBSC (Peripheral Blood Stem Cells) after taking an injection for 5 days • YOU HAVE GIVEN THE GREATEST GIFT in YOUR LIFE – THE GIFT OF LIFE
  25. 25. Go ahead, bleed for a cause.

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