Benign Blood Disorders

Cancer and cancer treatments can cause blood disorders such as blood clots, bleeding problems, and problems with low blood counts. At Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, a team of specialists is always available to address these problems and to ensure that your cancer care can proceed safely and effectively.

Hematologists at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have expertise in managing cancer-related blood disorders, as well as blood disorders that do not directly result from cancer and its treatment.

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Hematologists Gerald Soff and Rekha Parameswaran are experts in managing a wide range of blood complications.