Activity Survey

The APBMT Activity Survey has been performed since 2007.
The following figure shows how the data was collected.

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The way of submission is different in each country/region.
From the countries/regions which have a national registry, data is submitted through the national registries. From the countries/regions which do not have a national registry, data is submitted through the regional persons in charge who collect data from major transplant centers or through major transplant centers directly.

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The result of Activity Survey 2017(HSCT performed in 2015)


The No. of HSCTs are increasing year by year.

In 2015, that exceeded seventeen-thousand in Asia- Pacific region.


18 countries and six-handred-twenty-one centers cooperated with our Activity Survey.

We appreciate about 40 cooperators made effort collecting this survey.


Following trends of Unrelated donor source.

The percentage of Peripheral blood and Cord Blood is increasing year by year.

Meanwhile, Bone Marrow is decreasing and was getting less than 30% in 2015.

The percentage of Mixture source is less than 1%.


In 2015, Australia:1723, Bangladesh:8, China:4052, HongKong:139, India:1636, Iran:438, Japan:5609, Korea:2286, Malaysia:401, Myanmar:2, NewZealand:260, Pakistan:2, Philippines:28, Singapore:182, SriLanka:9, Taiwan:521, Thailand:57, Vietnam:78 HSCTs performed.


*Detailed of countries that no,of HSCT were under 1000 in 2015:Bangladesh, HongKong, Iran, Malaysia, Myanmar, NewZealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, SriLanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.


The pie chart showing the Main indication of HSCTs in Asia-Pacific area.

AML accounts for more than 20 percent, Lymphoid malignancy: 20%, Plasma Cell Disorder: 18%, and  ALL : 13%. These top 4 indication accounts three fourth of the whole.


0.1-100     Bangladesh, China, India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines,

                  Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam

100-300    Hong Kong, Iran, Malaysia, and Taiwan

300-500    South Korea, Singapore, and Japan

more than 500    Australia, and New Zealand