Monthly Archives: December 2013

Interesting this week

Novel therapies of hematologic malignancies with engineered T cells – http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/817453?nlid=41723_485&src=wnl_edit_medp_honc&spon=7#1 I wrote about this few years ago, but there is more and more data coming which support this treatment.    

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How to interprete complete blood count? – guide for students

Thanks to Christina: http://www.scmhematologia.org/Documentos/Facultad/COMO%20INTERPRETO%20UN%20HEMOGRAMA%20EN%20ADULTO-MAYO-2005.pdf Enjoy, E.

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5 Hematology Procedures That Should Stop or Be Limited

There is a quite interesting publication in Blood considering the practices that should be stopped or limited in hematology Here are the recommendations: 1. Don’t transfuse more than the minimum number of red blood cell (RBC) units necessary to relieve symptoms … Continue reading

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