Hematology

Welcome to your home for all things Mayo Clinic Hematology. At Mayo Clinic, hematologists work in collaboration with teams of experts from virtually every medical and surgical specialty for the care of adults and children with blood diseases, including various cancers of the blood and bone marrow.

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Aug 20, 2018

After Diagnosis, Patient Cycles Across the Country and Raises Money for Research

By Mayo Clinic Hematology Staff @mayoclinichematologystaff
Chris Edgerton was working in his garage when he started feeling unusually tired. "I was trying to put a screen up and I just couldn't do it," he tells us. Surprised but not overly concerned, Chris mentioned this to his doctor during his annual physical. "I told her I felt [...]
After Diagnosis, Patient Cycles Across the Country and Raises Money for Research
Jul 23, 2018

In the Halls of Hematology: Meet Katrina Croghan

By Mayo Clinic Hematology Staff @mayoclinichematologystaff
Katrina Croghan is Clinical Research Coordinator for the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center assigned to the division of Hematology in Rochester, Minnesota. She is no stranger to the medical field as her father is a Mayo Clinic Oncology consultant and her mother is an epidemiologist and collaborative scientist in community internal medicine. Due to [...]
In the Halls of Hematology: Meet Katrina Croghan
Jul 3, 2018

Clotting Disorders & Pregnancy: What should you know?

By Mayo Clinic Hematology Staff @mayoclinichematologystaff
Many women with a hereditary bleeding or clotting disorder often ask the same question: How does it affect pregnancy and birth? “Pregnancy is a stronger risk factor for blood clots than almost anything else,” says Dr. Marshall, a Mayo Clinic hematologist. “During pregnancy, women are exposed to really high levels [...]
Clotting Disorders & Pregnancy: What should you know?
May 31, 2018

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Understanding neutropenia

By Mayo Clinic Hematology Staff @mayoclinichematologystaff
Original post from News Network DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My 1-year-old has neutropenia, and his neutrophil count is very low (310). He often gets infections, and his neutrophil count goes even lower when he’s on antibiotics. What are our options at this point to get him healthy? ANSWER: Neutropenia is a condition in which [...]
Mayo Clinic Q and A: Understanding neutropenia
May 7, 2018

In the Halls of Hematology: Meet Jessica Schumacher

By Mayo Clinic Hematology Staff @mayoclinichematologystaff
A local Minnesota native, Jessica Schumacher grew up in Plainview, a small town just outside of Rochester. She first started at Mayo Clinic in 2007 as part of the Outpatient Operation’s Support Training (OOST) program where she was trained as a clinical assistant (CA). Her path at Mayo Clinic has [...]
In the Halls of Hematology: Meet Jessica Schumacher