blood disease


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Hussein said the bone marrow transplant is part of the hospital's cancer and blood diseases treatment programs.
KARACHI -- Provincial Minister for Health Dr Sikandar Ali Mandhro on Wednesday visited the National Institute of Blood Diseases (NIBD) and handed over a cheque of Rs300million grant to administration for treatment of poor and destitute people who are suffering from blood cancer and require bone-marrow transplant.
Meanwhile, SMC diagnostic affairs deputy chief Dr Raja Al Yusuf said that patients seeking to book appointments with Dr Hussein next month can contact the genetic blood disease centre.
5 March 2014 - Clarient Diagnostic Services Inc, part of GE Healthcare, has upgraded its fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) technologies to enhance virtual analysis of testing results for various blood diseases, such as leukemia, lymphoma, myelodysplastic syndrome and myeloma, GE Healthcare said Tuesday.
Symptoms and causes Thalassemia is an inherited blood disease, transmitted from generation to generation.
Muscat: The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) yesterday signed a contract to build the National Centre for the Treatment of Blood Diseases and Bone Marrow Transplant.
Four years ago aged 21 he was in intensive care for three days in Florida after being diagnosed with a blood disease.
The main objective of the Blood Disease Research Centre is the development of a new, modern, biomedical research centre that will focus its activities on the study of malignant blood diseases," explained Dr Pavlos Kosteas, Executive Director of Karaiskakion Foundation.
General medical procedures, including blood disease and haematology, accounts for about 53%, plus general surgery, including transplants, trauma.
But no, this time it's the straight brother (Bruno Todeschini) who's dying of a mysterious blood disease and the gay one (Eric Caravaca) who offers him support.
They say the two countries will conduct joint seismic research, co-operate against floods, forest fires and landslides, and undertake research into thalassaemia, a chronic blood disease that is common in both countries.
Many of these implants leaked, causing a variety of problems ranging from misshapen breasts to blood disease.
Alvin] Ailey, who died in New York City on December 1, 1989, of a rare blood disease, was famed for his work as a pioneering choreographer and artistic director.
The news came just days after prison authorities reported two cases of deadly meningitis, a blood disease that affects the brain and spinal cord.
Aaron has sickle cell anaemia, a life-threatening blood disease.