haematological


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Related to haematological: hematological
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Synonyms for haematological

of or relating to or involved in hematology

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The title of his thesis was "Epidemiological Haematological and Serological Studies of Leptospirosis in Dogs and Humans at High Risk in and Around Lahore City".
Holly said: "Tony worked r closely with the Royal after spending time on the haematological ward.
Usually patients with a chronic haematological disorder require this room.
The increased haematological cancer risk we observed for parental occupation in livestock farming suggests that exposure to farm animals during childhood, in particular poultry, may increase the risk of haematological cancer in adulthood.
Health Minister Christos Patsalides yesterday said:"The high socioeconomic costs of haematological malignancies make it necessary to promote the necessary structures to offer health services to patients.
It is in development for the treatment of haematological cancers as well as for solid tumours.
Venous blood was drawn into EDTA tubes and used for haematological evaluation.
Hb response was seen equally in patients with either haematological malignancies (60 %) or solid tumors (61 %) and across all types of chemotherapy.
It is currently in several Phase II trials in adults for a variety of solid tumours, with further Phase II trials in adults with haematological malignancies due to commence later this year.
Under the agreement, Bioenvision granted Mayne Pharma exclusive rights to market Evoltra(R) (clofarabine) for certain haematological malignancies in Australia and New Zealand.
Aplidin(R) now in Phase II trials in both solid and haematological cancers
We look forward to continuing with the development of Aplidin as a potential treatment for ALL patients, based on the strong preclinical evidence of activity seen in ALL and other haematological malignancies.
today announced that they have entered into clinical trial collaborations to evaluate novel combination therapies targeting solid tumours and a number of haematological cancers.
Multiple myeloma is the second most common haematological malignancy after Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and is part of a spectrum of diseases labelled Plasma Cell Dyscrasia.