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Posted by: TB | 2006/07/20

HEMOTOLOGIST

I WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS A HEMOTOLOGIST. WHAT DO THEY DO. AND WHEN DO YOU NEED TO SEE THEM, UNDER WHAT SIRCUMSTANCES.

MOTHER WHO HAVE CHILDREN WITH THE SAIM DISEASE (GLANZMANN DISEASE) KEEPS ON TALKING ABOUT THEIR CHILD'S HEMOTOLOGIST. I KNOW IT HAS SOMETING TO DO WITH BLOOD.

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Dear TB
A hematologist is a specialist in blood diseases like Leukemia, bone marrow diseases, genetic blood diseases like sickle cell disease. You will usually be referred to one by your GP or internist.

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