Clinical Hematology

The Clinical Hematology department caters for patients with diseases of the blood, both malignant and non-malignant, and provides comprehensive diagnostic services and continuing management to these patients. For some malignant conditions, this may include the patient having an autologous stem cell transplant.

The diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood diseases (haematology) and cancer (oncology) and research into them. Our treatment scope includes such diseases as iron deficiency anaemia, Fanconi anaemia haemophilia, sickle cell disease, thalassemia, leukaemia and lymphomas, Paediatric and adult haematological disorders, WBC and platelet disorders, as well as cancers of other organs.

Onco-Life Cancer Centre facilitates bone marrow and stem cell transplant treatment to such patients within the hospital premises.

Onco-Life Cancer Centre has dedicated in-patient and out-patient Clinical Haematology units staffed with nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants experienced in caring for patients with cancer and blood-related disorders.

Currently, our team performs autologous, allogeneic transplants with graft manipulations, performing transplants from unrelated donors, mismatched donors, and partially matched donors and blood transfusion.We also efficiently manage post-transplant complications and managing long term effects of treatment of cancers.

*For further Information Kindly contact to Bone Marrow Transplant Department*