Leukemia and myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) are conditions that develop in the bone marrow. Both are the result of bone marrow stem cells that do not mature properly. In their early stages, leukemia and MDS may not produce symptoms and may be found accidentally during a routine blood test.
Today, the prognosis for many patients with leukemia or (MDS) is very good. While you have many available treatment options to choose from, you should consider the experience of the program when selecting where to seek care.
Cleveland Clinic offers many treatment options for patients diagnosed with leukemia. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists at the Taussig Cancer Institute provides all patients with leukemia or MDS personalized treatment options. Cancer specialists, nurses and technicians work together to best meet your unique needs.
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Cleveland Clinic’s cancer program is top-ranked in Ohio and recognized among the top 10 in the country by U.S.News & World Report.
Cleveland Clinic’s Leukemia and MDS Program is one of the largest and best respected in the world. Our specialists explore all options and tailor the most appropriate treatment plan for each patient, offering the greatest chance of curing the condition and living a long and healthy life.