Monthly Archives: March 2015

Lectures on line

To make it easier I decided to share some of my lecture content on the web page. I start with one of the most important projects in my work life – prevention on CLABSI in HSCT recipients. We just got … Continue reading

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English or Polish – Po polsku czy po angielsku?

Looking at the statistics of my site I decided to change main language on the site to Polish. Some of the posts will still be in English, some in two languages, and some will be just in Polish. I like writing … Continue reading

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Being Mortal by Atul Gawande

Atul Gawande in one of my most favorite medical writers. His recent book – “Being Mortal” is very close to me. Atul describes the history of his fathers’ cancer. The whole story is shown on the background on what modern … Continue reading

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EBMT 2015 – News and progress in HSCT in autoimmune diseases

I have just returned from EBMT 2015 conference. There are some news on HSCT in autoimmune diseases Multiple Sclerosis in Europe Transplanting activity in Europe is stable. The center with most HSCT in MS & other diseases in last five … Continue reading

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Lecture on bone marrow transplantation in Anatomicum

Yesterday I had a great pleasure to have a lecture about bone marrow transplantation for students at Medical University of Warsaw. The moment was very special for me as the lecture was held in the place were I had started … Continue reading

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US pharma doctors interactions

Quite interesting read. http://www.wheelchairkamikaze.com/2015/03/national-ms-society-decision-makers.html?spref=fb

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ResearchKit: platforma do badań klinicznych od Apple – czy mamy przełom?

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Originally posted on Efektywny Lekarz:
Bez badań klinicznych nie byłoby postępu w medycynie. Ich przeprowadzanie jest jednak nie tylko kosztowne i czasochłonne, ale też często trudno zebrać odpowiednią grupę uczestników, która systematycznie będzie brała udział w badaniu. Dodatkowo wykrycie pewnych zależności…

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Patient Perception of Physician Compassion After a More Optimistic vs a Less Optimistic Message

Quite interesting trial on how the patients see the doctors depending on the message they give is here: http://oncology.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2120917 This message could be indirectly seen in some other trials which showed that majority of patients with metastatic colon and lung cancers … Continue reading

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