What are MDS (or myelodysplastic syndromes)?

Characterized by bone marrow failure, pancytopenia can cause systemic problems. Find out more… 

Clinical Features

Infection, bruising, and chronic fatigue are among the long-list of non-specific features of MDS. Find out more… 

Diagnosis

Patients presenting with MDS are often in their later years: it’s critical that doctors investigate and don’t just put the symptoms down to ‘getting older’. Find out more… 

Management

A wide range of therapies are available, but supportive therapies such as transfusion remain central to management. Find out more… 

Iron Overload and Chelation Therapy

You may already be familiar with iron chelation therapy, but you may not be aware of the evidence behind the guidelines. Find out more… 

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Thalassemia

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Sickle Cell Disease

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