Bone marrow failure syndromes are rare diseases characterized by an inability to make enough blood – either red cells, which carry oxygen; white cells, which fight infection; or platelets, which help the blood clot. Bone marrow failure disorders may be either inherited or acquired.
At the Center for Bone Marrow Failure Disorders at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, our goal is to give patients prompt, accurate diagnoses and the latest available treatments for these complex, rare conditions.
Experts at The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer are nationally and internationally recognized as leaders in the research and treatment of bone marrow failure disorders. Our experienced and dedicated team provides our patients with innovative treatments and the best quality of care possible.