Video Series: Our Team
Health Topics: Cancer
Jeffrey Dome, M.D., is the division chief of Hematology and Oncology at Children's National.
Christopher Melkonian was six years old when he came down with a low-grade fever and diffuse bone pain. Unsure of what was happening, his parents Darlene and David took him to Children’s National Health System and soon found out that Christopher had acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), a type of blood and bone marrow cancer that affects white blood cells.
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Children's National has one the largest and most active pediatric sickle cell programs in the country.
The Vascular Anomalies Clinic brings all of the necessary pediatric specialists together -- in one place -- for individual evaluation and treatment of children with vascular anomalies.
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Allistair Abraham, MD, a blood and marrow transplantation specialist at Children's National, speaks at a community event about sickle cell disease, a blood disorder. Children's National serves one of the largest sickle cell disease populations in the country.