Who treats bone marrow failure at Children’s Minnesota?

In some cases, children with bone marrow failure syndromes have health problems that affect other organs in addition to the blood. A team approach to comprehensive patient and family-centered care ensures that all of the child’s needs are addressed. Pediatric hematologists are physicians with special focus on pediatric blood disorders.

Clinical nurse practitioners (CNP) are nurses who have completed a master’s program and specialty training in caring for children with cancer and blood disorders.