Blood and Lymphatic Cancers
All malignant blood disorders are managed by haematologists based on all three of the acute hospital sites, this includes leukaemias, myelomas and in most cases lymphomas.
Out patient based chemotherapy and supportive care is available on all three acute hospital sites with complex regimen requiring inpatient admission being managed in Glan Clwyd and
Autologous stem cell harvesting is performed in
Allogeneic transplantation is performed within English centres dependent on the type of disease. In most cases allogeneic transplants are referred to Liverpool,
Blood support for patients post transplant is via the transfusion service in the
The service is delivered by approximately 8 Consultant Haematologists and associated specialist medical and nursing staff.
A single MDT is being developed to co-ordinate acre across the Health Board.
The Cancer Clinical Programme Group is also responsible for non malignant clinical haematology and as such is responsible for the delivery of haemophilia services via the Alaw Unit in
Last updated: 25/04/2012