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Dr. Alan D. Friedman M.D., Hematologist (Pediatric)

Dr. Alan D. Friedman M.D.

Hematologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

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1650 Orleans St Crb I, Room 186 Baltimore MD, 21231
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Dr. Alan Friedman is a pediatric hematologist practicing in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Friedman specializes in treating children that have a blood disease or cancer. Such blood diseases include disorders of red blood cells, white blood cells and/or platelets. The types of cancers that Dr. Friedman treats include leukemias, lymphomas and certain tumors. Dr. Friedman can also treat bleeding disorders in children. Pediatric hematologists can be found in childrens hospitals, community hospitals, university medical centers and more.

Education and Training

Harvard Med Sch, Boston Ma 1983

Board Certification

PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • Johns Hopkins Hosp, Medical Oncology; Children'S Hosp, Pediatrics

Accepted Insurance

Dr. Alan D. Friedman M.D.'s Practice location

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1650 Orleans St -
Baltimore, MD 21231
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New patients: 410-955-2095, 410-955-2095

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