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The Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute’s Division of Hematology, led by Russell Ware, MD, PhD, provides comprehensive, specialized care for children and young adults with blood diseases. Our physicians and researchers conduct extensive clinical and laboratory research in hopes of improving the lives and prognosis of patients with blood diseases. They play a leading role in many national and international clinical studies, providing patients with early access to innovative therapies and treatments that are not widely available. Experts from multiple specialties work together to care for patients with a variety of conditions.
Families usually come to the Bone Marrow Failure Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s to establish a diagnosis or receive a second opinion. We offer a broad range of therapies, including innovative approaches not available at other children’s hospitals. Our multidisciplinary team of experts offers exceptional care. Learn more.
Cincinnati Children’s provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for children and young adults with mild, moderate and severe forms hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. We offer leading-edge treatments, extensive education and home care services to encourage independence and improve quality of life. Learn more.
Young women in particular may benefit from our Young Women with Bleeding Disorders Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s. The clinic is deigned for patients who are experiencing abnormal menstrual bleeding, hemophilia, von Willebrand disease or low von Willebrand factor.
The Fanconi Anemia Comprehensive Care Center at Cincinnati Children’s is one of the largest in the world and the first of its kind in the United States. We provide compassionate, multidisciplinary care for children who have been diagnosed with Fanconi anemia, as well as support and education for families. Learn more.
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. Our center is large enough to offer exceptional patient care and research, yet small enough for us to get to know children and families to personalize their care. Learn more.
Our program is part of the Cincinnati Children’s Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute, which is ranked No. 3 in the nation for pediatric cancer care.
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