Why choose Mayo ClinicBy Mayo Clinic Staff
Dec. 17, 2014
- Expertise and experience. Mayo Clinic doctors have a worldwide reputation for diagnosis and treatment of rare blood disorders, including cryoglobulinemia. Mayo specialists have been treating cryoglobulinemia for decades, attracting one of the largest patient populations with this disease.
- Team approach. A multispecialty team of experts works together to develop a treatment plan based on your needs. Your treatment team may include specialists in blood (hematologists), connective tissue and arthritis (rheumatologists), liver diseases (hepatologists), the nervous system (neurologists), the kidneys (nephrologists) and other areas as needed.
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