Letter to the Editor: In Response to Hematology...Literally and Seriously
Dr. Rosenblum responds to The Hematologist Editor-in-Chief's commentary in the Year's Best issue.
A New Phase II Agent Holds Promise for First FDA Approved Therapy for Treatment of Acute Vaso-Occlusive Pain Events in SCD
Dr. DeBaun evaluates a new agent for the prevention of vaso-occlusive pain episodes in sickle cell disease that holds promise for first FDA approval since hydroxyurea.
In-depth articles meant to serve as a resource for practitioners, researchers, and early-career hematologists
Review the peripheral blood smear to determine the diagnosis of a 31-year-old man referred to hematology clinic for evaluation of long-standing thrombocytopenia.
Take the challenge to learn what test is most likely to yield the diagnosis for a case of a 58-year-old Asian woman with history of inclusion body myositis on high-dose corticosteroids and methotrexate, noted to be hypoxic.
Can you tell what the diagnosis is for a man with a history of recurrent necrotizing pancreatitis and end-stage renal disease on intermittent hemodialysis by looking at his bone marrow biopsy?
Dr. Akabutu sends Dr. Jason Gotlib a question about the November December 2016 Image Challenge.
Dr. Mascarenhas discusses the PERSIST-2 trial design, rationale, and results, as well as potential future directions with the oral JAK inhibitor pacritinib for patients with myelofibrosis.
Dr. Aaron Gerds provides an overview of the 2016 ASH Annual Meeting, which took place in San Diego. See what you missed and save the date for the 59th ASH Annual Meeting taking place December 2017 in Atlanta.
Learn about what took place during the very first ASH Medical Educators Institute held at ASH Headquarters in Washington, DC during September of 2016.
Take the very first The Hematologist Image Challenge and try to figure out the diagnosis for a case of leukocytosis by looking at a peripheral blood smear.
Drs. Sherif Badawy, Michael Linenberger, and Joseph Mikhael provide an overview of three ASH standing committees including each group's goals, mission, and new developments emerging from them.
March-April 2017Volume 14, Issue 2
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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