aplastic anaemia


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anemia characterized by pancytopenia resulting from failure of the bone marrow

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Promacta is a promising medicine that, if approved for first-line use in severe aplastic anaemia, may redefine the standard of care for patients with this rare and serious bone marrow condition," commented Samit Hirawat, head of oncology global drug development at Novartis.
Cytogenetic profile of aplastic anaemia in Indian children.
Many munitions workers died of toxic liver overload due to TNT as well as aplastic anaemia and leukaemia which also killed thousands of atomic bomb victims in the following weeks, months and years.
Conclusion: Megaloblastic anaemia is the most common cause of pancytopenia in our population as compared to aplastic anaemia mentioned in most of the international studies.
Aplastic anaemia is not a form of cancer but may be associated with certain cancers, especially those affecting the bone marrow, such as leukaemia.
Causes of haematological thrombocytopenia studied included acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), aplastic anaemia (AP), and ITP.
2,3] In our study no drugs or secondary causes of aplastic anaemia could be traced out in 29 cases (65.
I was so young when I was told I had aplastic anaemia that I didn't know what it was.
In this latest episode, six-year-old Emily is being treated for a rare blood disease called Aplastic Anaemia, which affects only one in a million children.
Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Mar 27 (ANI): Foreign tourists currently holidaying in Varanasi took to the streets here on Saturday holding placards reading 'Save My Life' and asking for donations for the treatment of a poor kid suffering from aplastic anaemia.
When Liam was struck down by aplastic anaemia, a serious, rare disease caused by the bone marrow failing to produce blood cells, mum Claire, 35, had never even heard of the condition.
Anthony Leedham, from Harton in South Shields, was due to celebrate his 20th birthday in a few days, but died on Friday as a result of aplastic anaemia - a condition that affects just one in 500,000 people each year.
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.
Mr Poulter said: "Ferrets make great pets but if a jill is not mated she can develop aplastic anaemia and die.