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Learn more about bone marrow transplants (BMT) and CAR-T therapy with Mohamed A. Kharfan Dabaja, M.D., M.B.A. Dr. Kharfan-Dabaja gives an overview of treatment options and then fields questions from Mayo Clinic Connect and Facebook members.
Bone marrow transplants are now also known as hematopoietic [...]
Five years ago, Angie Wilson discovered a small bump on her abdomen while taking a shower. "I didn't think much of it," she tells us. "It was the middle of August and I just figured it was a bug bite." Two weeks later, the bump had gotten bigger. "At [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]