MDS experts, Dr Rafael Bejar and Dr Casey O’Connell, describe what myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) is and how it causes anemia (low red blood cell production). They also discuss how often MDS-related anemia occurs and that it can range from mild to severe. Up to three-quarters of people with MDS have anemia at some time during the disease.
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