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Hematology is the study of blood and blood-forming tissues and the study of the nature, function, and treatment of diseases of the blood and the blood-forming organs.
Hematologists often deal with diseases such as leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma, anemia, platelet disorders, myelodysplasia, bleeding and clotting disorders, bone marrow disorders and blood component disorders.
Our medical team has extensive expertise in treating disorders relating to blood and blood-forming organs and tissues, both for cancer and non-cancer patients. We put together a personal treatment plan, evaluate its progress, and determine each patient’s best options. We provide complete medical guidance and help patients make the best decisions along the way.
For more information about blood disorders, please see the special Disease and Drug Information section on our website.