Treosulfan (Trecondi) with fludarabine is available on the NHS. It is a possible option for preparing the body for an allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant to treat cancer in adults, if a reduced-intensity regimen is suitable for them.
An allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplant is sometimes called a bone marrow transplant. The patient is given healthy blood cells from a donor, who may be a family member.
Is this treatment right for me?
Your healthcare professionals should give you clear information, talk with you about your options and listen carefully to your views and concerns. Your family can be involved too, if you wish. Read more about making decisions about your care.
Questions to think about
- How well does it work compared with other treatments?
- What are the risks or side effects? How likely are they?
- How will the treatment affect my day-to-day life?
- What happens if the treatment does not work?
- What happens if I do not want to have treatment? Are there other treatments available?
Information and support
The NHS website may be a good place to find out more.
These organisations can give you advice and support:
- Anthony Nolan, 0303 303 0303
- Leukaemia Care, 08088 010 444
- Lymphoma Action, 0808 808 5555
- Cancer Research UK, 0808 800 4040
- Macmillan Cancer Support, 0808 808 0000
You can also get support from your local Healthwatch.
NICE is not responsible for the quality or accuracy of any information or advice provided by these organisations.
This page was last updated: 05 August 2020