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The service sees children and young people with complex pain management needs who are currently patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital, or who are referred to the outpatient multidisciplinary chronic pain management service.

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Myelodysplastic anaemia

Anaemia happens when you have a shortage of cells with haemoglobin. This is a special substance which carries oxygen around your body. You can also get anaemia if your body does not have enough iron.
Most children and young people who develop anaemia do not have a

Ollier's disease

Ollier's disease is also called enchondromatosis (say en-kond-dro-ma-to-sis). It is a very rare bone disease which occurs in one in every 100,000 people.

In this condition there are areas in