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Children with anemia and other red blood cell disorders are treated through our Blood Disorders Center within the Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. For many appointments and certain procedures, your child can also receive care at one of Boston Children's satellite offices.
How is anemia treated in children?
Depending on the specific cause of your child’s anemia, your child’s physician may recommend a variety of different treatments. Treatments for various forms of anemia may include:
Will my child need long-term care?
The long-term outlook for children with anemia depends on the specific cause of the anemia. Some forms of anemia, such as a nutritional deficiency, can be treated quickly and don’t require significant long-term follow-up care. In other cases, in which the anemia is caused by a genetic condition or other serious underlying disorder, your child may need regular follow-up by our hematologists. Your child’s physician can discuss your child’s specific care plan.
We are grateful to have been ranked #1 on U.S. News & World Report's list of the best children's hospitals in the nation for the third year in a row, an honor we could not have achieved without the patients and families who inspire us to do our very best for them. Thanks to you, Boston Children's is a place where we can write the greatest children's stories ever told.”