New grant to help Albany Medical College scientists study bone marrow failure
Scientists at Albany Medical College have been awarded $2 million to study a type of bone marrow failure.
Aplastic Anemia is when stem cells in your bone marrow don’t make enough new blood cells. It can cause weakness, fatigue, and frequent infections.
Scientists will use the money to test new ways to treat the disease.
The grant from the National Institutes of Health runs for four years.