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failure of some tissue or organ to develop

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and as Revolade in Europe and other countries across the world is not approved or licensed anywhere in the world for use in severe aplastic anaemia.
Single-agent oral eltrombopag produced hematological responses in 11 of 25 cases of aplastic pancytopenia, with trilineage responses observed in some, suggesting a stimulatory effect of early myeloid progenitors in a pilot clinical trial (3).
eportedly, in the course of sightseeing, the foreign tourists spotted Aditya, a six-year-old boy being a victim of Aplastic Anaemia, a condition where bone marrow does not produce sufficient new cells to replenish blood cells.
Symptoms of aplastic anaemia include paleness, fatigue, shortness of breath on exertion, rapid heart rate, excessive bleeding, a tendency to bruise easily and being prone to infection.
Anthony was diagnosed on Mother's Day last year with severe aplastic anaemia, a condition that occurs when the bone marrow fails to produce enough red blood cells for the circulation system.
This trial showed, for the first time, a drug can extend survival for MDS patients," said John Huber, Executive Director of the Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation.
So far, a worldwide search of more than 11 million potential bone marrow donors - which includes 390,000 in the UK - has failed to find a match for unemployed Richard, who has been battling severe aplastic anaemia, a rare blood condition, since he was 17.
The Huyton youngster suffered from aplastic anaemia - a condition which stops the production of blood cells.
Faye, who is a pupil at St Anne's RC primary school, has aplastic anaemia which stops production of blood cells.
The method is useful for the treatment of congenital or acquired aplastic or hypoplastic anemia associated with chronic renal failure, end-stage renal disease, renal transplantation, cancer, AIDS, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, bone marrow transplantation and chronic diseases.
Her illness, known as aplastic anaemia, affects one in 200,000 - and it has left her wheelchair-bound.
On July 4, 1934, at the age of 67, Curie died of aplastic anemia, a blood disease that often results from radiation exposure.
3) The International Agranulocytosis and Aplastic Anemia Study (IAAAS) also reported on dipyrone-induced myelotoxicity, finding an incidence of approximately 1:20,000.