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- Keeping Your ESCHELONs Straight With Drs. Brad Kahl and Steven HorwitzMarch 05, 2019 | March-April 2019, Volume 16, Issue 2
Speakers: Dr. Brad Kahl; Dr. Steven Horwitz
In this podcast, Contributing Editor Dr. Brad Kahl has a conversation with Dr. Steven Horwitz. They discuss Dr. Kahl's Diffusion article from the March/April 2019 issue of The Hematologist. The article titled, "Keeping Your ESCHELONs Straight," covers the ESCHELON-2 study, a trial that used a "repeal and replace" strategy, eliminating vincristine from the experimental regimen and substituting in brentuximab vedotin to treat CD30+ T-cell lymphoma. Read more
- ASH Medical Educators Institute With Drs. Marc Kahn and Ariela MarshallFebruary 12, 2019 | January-February 2019, Volume 16, Issue 1
Speakers: Dr. Marc Kahn; Dr. Ariela Marshall
In this podcast, Dr. Marc Kahn and Dr. Ariela Marshall talk about their experience with the ASH Medical Educators Institute, a "boot camp" in teaching techniques, medical education scholarship, and career development for hematologists and fellows who are new to or in the early phases of medical education careers. Learn more
- Year's Best: Deciphering Dilemmas Posed by Detection of Mutant Myeloid Clones With Drs. Roberts and MichaelisJanuary 01, 2019 | January-February 2019, Volume 16, Issue 1
Speakers: Dr. Andrew Roberts; Dr. Laura Michaelis
In this Year's Best podcast, Editor-in-Chief of The Hematologist Dr. Laura Michaelis has a conversation with Contributing Editor Professor Andrew Roberts. They discuss Dr. Robert's Year's Best article, which appears in the January/February 2019 issue of The Hematologist, titled "Deciphering the Dilemmas Posed by Detection of Mutant Myeloid Clones." They discuss advancements relating to clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential or CHIP from 2018, and what they mean for healthy individuals with no history of blood disorders. Read more