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Bone Marrow Failure Program

Our team has the expertise patients and their families need to navigate treatment and healing. They also work closely with other international experts to bring the best evaluations and treatments to our patients.


We’re a dedicated group of hematologists, nurses and social workers ready to deliver world-class service to every single one of our patients. From aplastic anemia to myelodysplastic syndrome, we treat a host of blood and bone marrow syndromes and congenital disorders. In select cases, our Bone Marrow Transplant team, also with expertise in bone marrow failure, is closely involved.

Nationwide involvement

It’s important that we stay connected our larger medical community. Phoenix Children's is a proud member of the North American Pediatric Aplastic Anemia Consortium (NAPAAC) and is involved with foundations for Diamond-Blackfan Anemia and Fanconi Anemia.

Published experts here to help

Collectively, our team has published many important manuscripts in their various areas of expertise. From papers on common mutations to gene discovery techniques, rest assured, your care is coming from the best of the best.

Additional Resources

  • Research/Clinical Trials — Did you know there are currently more than 70 open clinical trials available for cancer patients at Phoenix Children's? 
  • Want a Second Opinion? — Chat, call, or complete this form to request a second opinion appointment.
  • Your Child's Hospital Stay — Learn more about our campus services and what you can do to prepare for your visit.

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