The 61st ASH Annual Meeting: Unwrapping the Best From Hematology's Christmas
2019 ASH News Daily Editor Dr. Ayesha Zia recaps the 61st ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition which took place early December in Orlando.
Act Fast! Making a Difference After Traumatic Brain Injury With Tranexamic Acid
Dr. Tseng discusses several studies that investigate the efficacy and safety of tranexamic acid in patients with traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Quinn looks at progress made in the field of sickle cell disease (SCD) including an array of potential new therapies.
Dr. Quinn discusses the REACH study as part of several studies that look at hydroxyurea for the treatment of children with sickle cell anemia in sub-Saharan Africa.
Dr. Quinn talks about safety concerns regarding targeted fetal hemoglobin induction therapy and the role of BCL11A in human neurodevelopment.
Dr. Quinn studies experiments that evaluate DGKE deficiency and its effect in activation and damage of endothelial cells, and as a cause of eHUS independent of complement activation.
In an attempt to explain racial disparity in the risk of chronic kidney disease, Dr. Quinn discusses the adverse effects of sickle cell trait in the kidneys and an association between sickle cell trait and the occurrence of CKD in African Americans.
Among the most important clinical advances for hematologists in 2014,
especially those who care for patients with sickle cell disease, is the report by Dr.
Michael DeBaun and colleagues of the results of the Silent Cerebral Infarct Transfusion Trial (SIT Trial).
Dr. Quinn looks into the effectiveness of anti-adhesive therapy for sickle cell disease.
Dr. Quinn explores a study on causes of alloimmunization in chronically transfused individuals with SCD.
Dr. Quinn reviews a study that may add to the growing list of mechanisms of action for the multiple therapeutic benefits
of HU beyond induction of HbF expression.
Dr. Charles Quinn reviews a study that discovered an association between high von Willebrand factor antigen levels (in 8/20 patients) and improved thromboelastographic measurements that might account for a decreased
tendency toward bleeding.
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