We Successfully Treat a Wide Range of Disorders
At the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at Hospital Angeles Lomas we treat a range of blood and bone marrow disorders as well as damaged bone marrow with stem cell transplants. Currently performing around 5 bone marrow transplants a year, our specialists and their team are experienced in performing stem cell transplants and ensuring that their patients receive the highest level of care and support, before, during and after the procedure.
Bone marrow disorders can be acquired, such as blood cancers, or inherited, like sickle cell anemia. Although they all act in different ways, the result of a bone marrow dysfunction syndrome is that sufferers produce too much or too little of a particular type of blood (for example, red cells or white cells), with potentially fatal results.
Here we will give details of the most common bone marrow disorders, how they affect the bone marrow and how stem cell transplants can help. If you or a loved one suffers from a bone marrow failure that is not detailed within this page please contact us to find out more about how stem cell transplant can help.