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CTI BioPharma is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the acquisition, development and commercialization of novel targeted therapies covering a spectrum of blood-related cancers.
Deviations from the regular biconcave shape of a red blood cell are a significant indicator of blood-related diseases, whether they result from genetic abnormalities, from infectious agents, or simply from a chemical imbalance.
CMEa[euro](tm)s hematology testing system provides fast and accurate diagnosis of blood-related diseases.
7 million (breaking all previous years' records) in support of the fight against leukemia and other blood-related cancers.
Year 7 and 8 pupils at Aldridge School are being sponsored to read as many books as they can to support children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent and The Roald Dahl Foundation, which supports youngsters with brain or blood-related disorders.
Medical personnel have become interested in these fish, hoping to find new treatments for blood-related diseases and to further knowledge of human cardiac physiology.
The findings add to the growing list of established benefits of exercise, Parise says, and suggest that novel non-medicinal treatments for blood-related disorders may be in the future.
Narragansett Porter was prescribed by doctors and distributed throughout New England to patients suffering from blood-related illnesses like anemia.
Disruption of key regulatory mechanisms underlies many blood-related Mendelian diseases but also contributes to more common disorders, including atherosclerosis.
Golden Meditech is the first and also the largest blood-related medical devices manufacturer in China, primarily engaged in the development, manufacture, sales and distribution of blood-related medical devices, with its major product line being the Autologous Blood Recovery System (ABRS), the plasma exchange system and the accelerated thermostatic infusion pump.
His so-called blood-related injury meant a specialist goal kicker could come on in the dying minutes of the game against Irish side Leinster, who eventually held on to win 6-5.
Asahi Kasei Kuraray Medical and Asahi Kasei Medical have thus been proactively advancing the development and dissemination of innovative blood-related healthcare systems and next-generation bioprocess technologies through a concerted investment of resources.
His so-called blood-related injury meant specialist goal-kicker Nick Evans could come on to the pitch in the dying minutes of the game against the Irish side, who held on to win 6-5.
Clinical therapies include antibiotics, antivirals, biologicals, blood-related products, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, inotropic agents and pain management.
Blood-related diseases, such as sickle cell, are very prevalent in Bahrain, and the AWA wants to help.