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The Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at Cincinnati Children’s is a national leader in caring for children with sickle cell disease, thalassemia and other hemoglobin disorders. We work closely with families to help their children thrive in the midst of health challenges.
As part of the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute, our center is large enough to offer exceptional patient care and research, yet small enough for us to get to know children and families and meet their specific needs. Our team of physicians, nurses and other health professionals currently care for more than 300 patients. We provide comprehensive care, psychological support, social services, education and counseling.
Our partnerships with national research organizations, including the National Institutes of Health, provide patients with access to the latest innovative therapies.
A chronic illness, such as sickle cell disease, presents many challenges for patients and their families. That is why we provide a number of supportive services, including a monthly parent support group, assistance with school issues, a summer camp for patients who are 7 to 12 years old and many more.
Our multidisciplinary team plays an important role by helping patients and families understand their medical condition and by guiding them to helpful community resources.
The Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center program director, Punam Malik, MD, is known nationally, and even internationally, for her gene therapy research. She also is the Program Leader of the Hematology and Gene Therapy Program at the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute.
At the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, a team approach allows us to provide the most effective, coordinated care possible. Our medical services include:
Patients at the center benefit from the Day Hospital, where they can receive blood transfusions and other procedures. This facility provides the same high level of care and close observation available on an inpatient basis, but allows patients and families to return home at night. Amenities such as DVD players and internet access help pass the time.
Center Talk is a valuable resource for information about research efforts and treatment options related to sickle cell disease at Cincinnati Children’s.
The Summer for Sickle Cell Science Program is an outstanding science training opportunity for high school students designed to involve young people in cutting-edge scientific research conducted in an academic medical center.
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