Bone marrow disorders, also known as bone marrow failure syndromes, refer to diseases caused due to the body’s inability to produce enough new blood cells, including red cells, white cells, and platelets.
Our team of North American and European Board Certified expert hematologists and oncologists utilize advanced technologies and the latest treatment techniques to provide comprehensive patient-centric care.
Our expert physicians analyze the patient’s medical history and conduct a thorough physical exam in addition to a series of diagnostic tests to reach an accurate diagnosis. These may include:
- Blood tests
- Bone marrow biopsy
- Genetic mutation testing
Treatment for bone marrow disease largely depends on the type of the disease and the overall health of the patient and can involve medication, chemotherapy, or bone marrow transplantation. These may include:
- Blood transfusion
- Radiation therapy
- Stem cell transplant (2022)
- Targeted drug therapy