Pediatric Comprehensive Bone Marrow Failure Center

If you are concerned that your child has developed bone marrow failure or  has already been diagnosed with the condition, the Pediatric Comprehensive Bone Marrow Failure Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia can help. Families like yours come to the Bone Marrow Failure Center from around the world to receive a diagnosis, get a second opinion or establish a comprehensive treatment plan.

Bone marrow failure syndromes are diagnostically and therapeutically challenging. The clinical expertise at CHOP can be helpful in making an individualized plan of care for your child.

We offer complete diagnostic, therapeutic and support services for children with acquired and inherited bone marrow disorders. Our medical and transfusion therapies have achieved results that are among the best nationally.

Our Pediatric Comprehensive Bone Marrow Failure Program is led by Monica Bessler, MD, PhD, who coordinates clinical care and research in bone marrow failure to provide your child with the best care and most current treatments available.

For more information on bone marrow failure including causes, treatments and research, please visit cbmfc.research.chop.edu.