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    The Comprehensive Bleeding Disorder Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital brings adult and pediatric hematologists, clinical researchers, and other medical specialists together to provide superior care for each child with a bleeding disorder.

    The Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Program at St. Louis Children's Hospital, the first in Missouri created exclusively for children, has been in operation since 1991. The program provides both autologous (self) and allogeneic (related and unrelated) bone marrow transplants for lymphomas, leukemias, immunodeficiencies, metabolic disorders, and a variety of solid tumors.

    Brachial plexus palsy is diagnosed in the newborn nursery. Both the Department of Plastic Surgery and Department of Neurosurgery treat brachial plexus palsy. During the first 2-6 months after birth, specialists on the team work together to restore normal functioning in the infant's arm.

    The Neuro-Oncology Program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital offers comprehensive, compassionate diagnosis and treatment of pediatric tumors of the brain and spinal cord.

    The staff of the Pediatric Acute Wound Service (PAWS) are specially trained in burn and wound care, and treat children in the hospital and as outpatients. With PAWS, children who do not necessarily need to be hospitalized can have their wound issues addressed daily or several times a week in an outpatient setting.