What we do?

GeneBandhu is a database of voluntary stem cell donors commonly known as a stem-cell registry and provides assistance to a needy patient who is looking for a matched unrelated donor for the hematopoietic stem cell transplant.

About us

Become a donor

Blood disorders is curable & you can be the cure! Register with us & help cure fatal blood disorders like Blood cancer & Thalassemia. It takes just 10 minutes to enroll yourself to save a life.

Donate for the cause

Support our life saving cause with a small amount of donations. GeneBandhu incurs a cost to translate the collected sample to valuable data and any amount contributed by you will go towards saving lives. Your donation will be exempted of tax under 80G.

Volunteer with us

Be the Volunteer! Come forward & volunteer your time with us. Be the change you want to see. You only need a heart full of grace and a soul of love.

Gift a Life

You can be the one of hope for someone's life come forward and donate your stem cells to needy one.

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Donor drive camp at Rohatak
Stem cell donation at Asian Hospital, Faridabad
Donor drive camp at SOIL, Gurugram
Stem cell donation at SPS Hospital, Ludhiana
Donor drive camp at Manav Rachna University, Faridabad
Stem cell donation at Aykai Hospital, Chandigarh
Donor drive camp at SOIL, Gurugram

Research @ GeneBandhu

Our team has published 20+ research papers so far


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why is there a need for people to join the Genebandhu?

    Thousands of patients with blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, sickle cell and other life-threatening diseases depend on the Stem Cells Registry to find a match to save their life. Patients need donors who are a genetic match. Even with a registry of millions, many patients cannot find a match. Donors with diverse racial or ethnic backgrounds are especially needed.

  • If I am between the ages of 18 and 55, why am I more likely to be called to donate?

    If you are between the ages of 18 and 55, patients especially need you. Doctors choose donors based on what is best for their patient. When more than one potential donor is a good HLA match for a patient, doctors will also consider other factors, including the donor’s age. Research shows that cells from younger donors lead to more successful transplants. Doctors choose registry members ages 18-55 more than 90% of the time.

  • Yes. If you are between the ages of 18 and 60, meet health guidelines and are willing to donate to any patient in need, you can join the registry. Everyone on the registry is critical to saving lives. For all registry members, the most important thing you can do is stay committed, so if you’re selected as a match for a patient you’re ready to move forward.
    Note: you can donate at any age in case of your siblings if you are willing to donate and meet health guidelines.

  • An individual must be 18 to donate because donation is a medical (for PBSC donation) or surgical (for marrow donation) procedure and the person undergoing the procedure must legally be able to give informed consent. A guardian or parent cannot sign a release or give consent for someone under age 18, because unrelated marrow donation is a voluntary procedure and is not directly beneficial or life-saving to the volunteer donor.

  • Racial and ethnic heritage are very important factors. Patients are most likely to match someone of their own race or ethnicity.

  • Bone marrow transplant is a life-saving treatment for people with blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, sickle cell and other life-threatening diseases. First, patients undergo chemotherapy and sometimes radiation to destroy their diseased marrow. Then a donor's healthy blood-forming cells are given directly into the patient's bloodstream, where they can begin to function and multiply. For a patient's body to accept these healthy cells, the patient needs a donor who is a close match. Seventy percent of patients do not have a donor in their family and depend on the Stem cell Registry to find an unrelated bone marrow donor or umbilical cord blood.

  • No , for a fact , one can donate as per their comfort level .

  • Once you have tested negative for the covid you can make the donation .

  • No, a person has to rinse mouth & wait for atleast 30min- 1hr to give the swab to get register.

  • After the match you will be contacted by the GeneBandhu.

  • No, as the cancer patient cannot donate the stem cell.

  • Yes you can registers as blood stem cell Donor in mild sickness like normal viral fever etc. but in related to prolonged disease like Cancer, Tuberculosis etc. donor can’t be able to donate.



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