How We Mark Time and How Time Marks Us
Dr. Gotlib discusses the road to approval of midostaurin for the treatment of advanced systemic mastocytosis.
Abrogating Early Treatment Resistance in Early T-cell Precursor Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Dr. Raetz looks at a study that shows response-based therapy in both children and adults with ETP-ALL is effective.
Dr. Williams talks about ASH's influence in the development of precision medicine, which is a big part of the new ASH Research Agenda.
Dr. Williams highlights the many resources ASH provides to strengthen the field's research and drug discovery efforts.
Dr. Williams discusses ASH's international presence through various programs and initiatives; he highlights the need for support for several changes in governance and membership structure to help ASH advance as a global organization.
Dr. Williams discusses several ASH initiatives to help advance efforts to improve research, treatment, and outcomes for individuals with SCD.
Dr. Williams shines a spotlight on the scholarships and awards ASH makes possible each year, and the successes of the numerous winners.
Dr. David A. Williams introduces ASH's priorities for the coming year.
Over the past decade regenerative medicine has become a highly active area of investigation with the potential to address many unmet medical needs. Hematologists have played a prominent role in advancing this emerging field because of prior expertise in stem cell and transplantation biology as well as extensive experience in related areas of translational research. Despite the impetus for growth this field has experienced, investigators continue to face numerous challenges in conducting translational and clinical research in regenerative medicine and cell-based therapy.
July-August 2017Volume 14, Issue 4
A new Compendium providing updated clinical information to "Ask the Hematologist" articles published in The Hematologist from 2010 to 2015 is now available.
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