Can myeloproliferative disorders be cured without continuous blood transfusions?

Hello doctor! I want to ask, can myelodysplasia be cured without continuous blood transfusion? I hope my doctor can help me.
Ngo Thi Kieu (1945)
Hello! For myeloproliferative disorders, there are several drugs that can treat this disease, but only have a sustained effect.
The only cure is a bone marrow transplant, but bone marrow transplantation carries risks that require long-term consideration and monitoring. The transfusion depends on the blood count and the patient's condition.
It is best to go to a hospital of Vinmec Health System to be checked by a doctor about your current health status to give the most appropriate treatment. Thank you for trusting and sharing the question "Can myelodysplasia be cured without continuous blood transfusion?" to Vinmec. Wish you always have good health.

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Answered by High-Tech Center - Vinmec Times City International General Hospital

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