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Photo: PillsTo treat very low red blood cell counts in people with Diamond Blackfan anemia (DBA) the two most common options are corticosteroid medication and blood transfusions. Bone marrow/stem cell transplant might also be considered. Some people need no specific therapy. A qualified doctor can recommend the best treatment options.

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