Wednesday, January 25, 2023


Expert Care for Malignant Hematological Conditions

The Hematology Oncology Clinic at the Regional One Health Cancer Center offers compassionate, expert care for patients with malignant hematological conditions, such as bone marrow failure, acute and chronic leukemia, lymphomas, and myeloma. Their goal is to help every patient lead a normal, healthy life by providing exceptional monitoring, multidisciplinary treatment, and supportive medical care. The clinic provides excellence in medical care, comprehensive testing services, and a team of specialists in one location to help patients access the close monitoring they need to protect their health throughout their adult lives. The team is also dedicated to managing myeloma through the adaptation of novel therapies including immunotherapy and biological therapies, and providing community education and opportunities for patients to participate in potentially lifesaving clinical trials.



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