After carefully reviewing your case, your primary oncologist has referred you to Rocky Mountain Blood and Marrow Transplant Program for an evaluation. Your transplant physician will review the history and characteristics of your disease to determine if transplant is a good treatment option at this time. Because the treatment has side effects, some of which could be life threatening, you, your oncologist, and your transplant physician must carefully consider the benefits of transplant versus the risks. During your initial consultation, you will receive detailed information about transplant and other treatment options. You should meet a transplant coordinator at this visit who will be a good resource and guide for you throughout the transplant process.