Blasts of a Different Sort
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
Combining Daratumumab With Backbone Antimyeloma Agents
Dr. Raje reviews a study that compares daratumumab, lenalidomide, and dexamethasone with lenalidomide and dexamethasone alone for the treatment of patients with multiple my
Opinion pieces written by leaders of the hematology community
Dr. Saultz and Dr. Devine discuss cord blood transplants in patients with MRD as an alternative donor source.
Dr. George and Dr. Gullapalli provide a thorough synopsis of the history of Theranos, a medical and technological innovations laboratory company founded by Elizabeth Holmes.
Dr. Alexis Thompson makes a thorough assessment of the latest clinical practice guidelines for sickle cell disease.
Dr. Cynthia Dunbar, Dr. Janis Abkowitz, Dr. Nancy Berliner, and Dr.
Susan Shurin discuss the concerted grassroots effort to nominate women
for ASH awards.
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter discusses the provisions of the bill she sponsored that protects the privacy of patients who undergo genetic testing.
Dr. Barry Coller discusses the concept of the physician as discoverer, highlighting how this model has been eroded by changes in medical education and training and suggesting measures that can be taken to restore it.
As both a part-time hematologist and mother, Dr. Lanie Francis shares advice on achieving success and satisfaction at home and at the office.
Dr. Meir Preis explains how new standards for resident duty hours may affect the organization of inpatient teaching services.
The fact is nearly all constituent communications are counted and responded to by Members of Congress and their staff. While it is true that individualized communications with some expression of personal sentiment or opinion are most likely to be influential, nearly all legislators do use constituent communications as a gauge of public opinion and integrate it into their decision-making.
Community-based private hematology practices are a valuable resource for the care and treatment of many patients with hematologic problems. Unfortunately, hematologists have recently seen a rapid increase in what had been a slow erosion of the incentives to enter and remain in such practices.
January-February 2017Volume 14, Issue 1
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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