- Providing advanced care and treatment of blood, bleeding and clotting disorders.
Duke’s hematology program is a leader in the Southeast for diagnosing, evaluating, treating and managing all types of blood, bleeding and clotting disorders. We conduct research to better understand and treat anemia and other blood disorders and partner with Duke specialists to provide the most advanced and comprehensive care in the region.
Comprehensive care for blood disorders
If you have anemia or other blood disorder, our specialists deliver expert and coordinated care. We offer treatment for a variety of conditions, including anemia, sickle cell disease, platelet disorders, white blood cell disorders, hemophilia, thrombosis, Von Willebrand disease, and blood cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma.
Choose Duke for your care because we offer:
- Access to clinical trials. Our doctors are involved in numerous clinical trials aimed at improving treatments for people with blood and clotting disorders.You may have the opportunity to participate in our ongoing clinical trials to test these new therapies and surgical approaches before they become widely available at other centers.
- Improved care for bleeding and clotting disorders. We areone of eight centers around the nation participating in a pilot Centers for Disease Control program designed to improve treatment for clotting disorders. Our team approach and emphasis on preventing complications will ensure you receive the best care.
- Expertise in blood conditions unique to women. Duke’s Women’s Hemostasis and Thrombosis Clinic coordinates the special care required by women with bleeding and clotting disorders. We have the expertise and experience to help you manage the increased risks associated with pregnancy and childbirth.
- Compassionate sickle cell disease care. Through the Duke Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, we provide treatment and support to sickle cell patients and their families. We help you control your condition and connect you to the services you need at Duke and in the community.