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- The Year's Best in Sickle Cell Disease with Dr. Alexis Thompson and Dr. Jason GotlibJanuary 24, 2017 | January-February 2017, Volume 14, Issue 1
Speakers: Dr. Alexis Thompson; Dr. Jason Gotlib
The first podcast of 2017 for The Hematologist: ASH News and Reports features Dr. Jason Gotlib (Stanford University School of Medicine) and Dr. Alexis Thompson (Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital) having a conversation about the highlights of 2016 in sickle cell disease (SCD). They cover studies in SCD and ASH Sickle Cell Disease initiatives in order to demonstrate why it is such an exciting time for the study of this disease. Read more
- Drs. Aaron Gerds, Laurie Sehn and Michael Linenberger on Attending the 58th ASH Annual MeetingNovember 28, 2016 | November-December 2016, Volume 13, Issue 6
Speakers: Dr. Aaron Gerds; Dr. Laurie Sehn; Dr. Michael Linenberger
In this special podcast, Dr. Aaron Gerds (Cleveland Clinic) has a conversation with Dr. Laurie Sehn (University of British Columbia/BC Cancer Agency) about exciting events that will be taking place at this year's ASH annual meeting, which will take place December 3 to 6 in San Diego, California. The meeting will feature an array of education and scientific sessions, and oral and poster presentations detailing the latest clinical advances. There is also an expanded Education Program and a growing selection of special-interest sessions and networking events. Attendees will also have the opportunity to connect with the top minds in the field of malignant and nonmalignant hematology, as well as a global community of more than 20,000 hematology professionals from every subspecialty. The podcast also features important information provided by Dr. Michael Linenberger (University of Washington, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Fred Hutch) about obtaining CME credit for participating in the annual meeting. Learn more
- Universal Precautions Help Decrease Rate of Exercise-Related Death in Patient With Sickle Cell TraitNovember 18, 2016 | November-December 2016, Volume 13, Issue 6
Speakers: Dr. Michael DeBaun; Dr. Lianne Kurina
In his Diffusion article from the November/December issue of The Hematologist, Dr. Michael DeBaun (Vanderbilt University) discusses the need for further research in efforts to update and implement universal procedures to prevent unnecessary death and acute illness for college and high school athletes with SCD. He covered the article by Dr. Lianne Kurina (Stanford University) and colleagues titled “Sickle cell trait, rhabdomyolysis, and mortality among U.S. Army soldiers.” Dr. Kurina provides her insight on the issue based on her research program, which focuses on the physical and mental health of active-duty U.S. Army soldiers. Read more