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NYU Winthrop’s pediatric hematologists provide care for children with a wide range of blood diseases. Utilizing in-house treatments and research programs as well as national collaborative group studies such as those of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG), The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), and others, our specialists provide some of the most advanced treatments available. Many patients on chronic transfusion therapy receive their treatment in a unique, outpatient setting that offers evening hours for patient convenience.
Our pediatric hematology and oncology specialists are part of a cutting-edge network of treatment and support systems that includes highly specialized centers and programs and the latest stem cell transplantation services.
Uniting some of the region’s best pediatric hematologists and pediatric oncologists, the Center evaluates, diagnoses and treats newborns, children, adolescents and young adults with a variety of childhood blood disorders including:
-Von Willebrand’s Disease
-ITP (Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura)
-Sickle Cell Disease
-Iron Deficiency and other Anemias
American Sickle Cell Anemia AssociationThe American Sickle Cell Anemia Associat...
The Cellie Coping Kit helps sick kids manage the stress of treatmentDesigned by Marsac during her fellowship...
Cheedy Jaja, PhDDr. Cheedy Jaja is an associate professo...
The first two years of life in sickle cell anemia infants: A results of a comprehensive longitudinal studyInfancy is a critical time during which ...
Tammuella (Tami) Singleton, MDDr. Singleton serves as a pediatric hema...
Sickle Cell Disease Program at Arkansas Children’sArkansas Children's is the only hospital...
UConn Health / New England Sickle Cell InstituteThe New England Sickle Cell Institute at...