Journal Club

Updated:   7/13/2018
Contains:  5 items

Creator: European Hematology Association
Duration: 22:58
Journal: HemaSphere
Anemia in the elderly (AE) was not regarded as a specific condition until recently, while it is now recognized as an important health problem. The increase of the aging population makes AE very important as it might affect quality of life, causes fractures or lead to hospitalization. To know more about AE watch the exciting discussion recording during the last EHA congress in Stockholm between the author Girelli and experts Muckenthaler and Cappellini.
Creator: European Hematology Association
Duration: 21:41
Journal: HemaSphere
Watch and listen to Ayan Panja lead a very interesting debate with author Roger Schutgens and expert Edward Tuddenham about recent successful clinical trials published on Hemophilia using gene therapy. The current gene transfer trials appear to be safe and efficacious. It seems that a prosperous future lies ahead.
Creator: European Hematology Association
Duration: 17:22
Journal: HemaSphere
Watch and listen to author Berthold Göttgens discuss the impact of Single-Cell Sequencing in studying Normal and Malignant Hematopoiesis. Ayan Panja with experts Jürg Schwaller and Simon Haas continue the conversation on the hot topic single cell in Hematopoiesis and why this article is relevant for both researchers and clinicians.
Creator: European Hematology Association
Duration: 4:06
Journal: HemaSphere
In this video author Sake van der Wall discuss his latest article Higher Adherence to Treatment With Low-Molecular-Weight-Heparin Nadroparin Than Enoxaparin Because of Side Effects in Cancer-Associated Venous Thromboembolism. And expert Sabine Eichinger explains why she finds this article interesting which resulted in a collaboration between a Dutch and Spanish group.
Creator: European Hematology Association
Duration: 4:36
Journal: HemaSphere
Author Dr Lapillonne discusses the importance of understanding the molecular landscape of pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia(AML). A new molecular classifier for pediatric AML is proposed based on detailed molecular analyses of 385 children with de novo AML. EIC Jan Cools stresses that the new proposed classifier for pediatric AML is different from the ELN classifier for adult AML and could improve risk stratification in children with AML.