blood disease


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The event outlined the steps that have to be taken in order to rid the country of this blood disease. Firstly, marriages between Thalassemia Minor couples should be avoided.
"The Center will also be mandated to adopt and enforce a program for indigents needing blood or blood products, as well as to attend to those with blood diseases," Villafuerte said.
Hussein said the bone marrow transplant is part of the hospital's cancer and blood diseases treatment programs.
The present study revealed the distribution of blood disease in Selangor, after the first report in Perak.
Forty-year-old Dawn Cattermole has Diamond Blackfan Anaemia, a blood disease that has left her with osteoporosis and brittle bones, and so does her seven-year-old daughter, Emmey-Jo.
Daughter diagnosed with rare blood disease even as husband loses his job
Pompano Beach, FL, February 06, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Access Health[R], a new magazine-style health and wellness series will dedicate an entire 30-minute episode to the rare blood disease PNH, which stands for Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria, a rare and potentially life-threatening disease, on Wednesday, February 11 at 7:30 a.m.
M2 PHARMA-March 5, 2014-Clarient upgrades FISH technologies for blood disease testing
Bakeel Saleh Ahmed moved from the remote Al-Mahweet governorate to Sana'a seven months ago so that his two-year-old, who suffers from another blood disease similar to thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, could receive treatment.
There are 30 or so families in the world highly vulnerable to such a blood disease which, along with other factors, is closely associated with leukemia.
Mina Murray's life changes forever when her boyfriend takes a business trip to Romania for a mysterious count, Jonathan returns to the United States with a rare blood disease and an unhinged mind.
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.
CYPRUS WILL get its own state-of-the-art blood disease research centre by 2011.
Mrs Martin - who weighed under six stone when she died - had been diagnosed with a terminal blood disease and leukaemia and Shelton claimed her mum treated her like a child.
Ellen is 16 and dying of an unidentified blood disease. While staying with her grandmother she discovers her great-great-grandmother Ellen's diaries.