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About the Hematology Treatment Center

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    The Adult Hematology Treatment Center is one of the largest, most respected treatment centers in the world for patients with disorders of the blood and bone marrow. Our doctors will work with you to create a treatment plan that takes your individual needs into account.

    From our beginnings, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has focused on the treatment of blood diseases. Over the past 60 years, Dana-Farber and Brigham and Women's Hospital have built the Adult Hematology Treatment Center into one of the largest and most respected treatment centers in the world for patients with disorders of the blood or bone marrow.

    Because hematological disorders take many different forms, your care team will include experts with specialized knowledge in treating your condition. Our physicians, radiologists, nurse practitioners, and other care providers follow a treatment approach attuned to the unique characteristics of each disease and to accommodating your individual needs as a patient.

    The Hematology Treatment Center conducts a wide range of clinical research, in which potential new therapies are tested and evaluated.  Clinical trials give patients access to the latest, most advanced treatments available.

    Read our Insight blog for information and inspiration about Dana-Farber's treatments and research for blood disorders.

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