ASH Directions

ASH Directions

Updates on policy or legislative changes that impact all of us, and how ASH and its various committees are working for you

ASH Report Highlights New “Systems-Based” Hematologist Role

In response to today’s rapidly changing U.S. health-care system, hematologists – particularly those specializing in non-malignant blood diseases – are exploring an innovative, sustainable new role: the...

Fighting Back Against Cutbacks and Highlights from the ASH Practice Partnership Lunch

Fighting Back Against Cutbacks: ASH Announces Fourth-Round of Bridge Grant Recipients Biomedical researchers are operating in a tepid – lukewarm, at best – funding environment....

High-Cost and High-Demand: New ASH Drug Access Web Page Provides Resources for Clinicians and...

Hematologic drugs are expensive and often available only in specialty tiers of prescription drug plans – presenting several barriers to access. To help ensure...

ASH Brings Sickle Cell Disease Awareness to Capitol Hill

ASH Brings Sickle Cell Disease Awareness to Capitol Hill The National Heart, Lung, and Blood In-stitute’s (NHLBI) recently released expert panel report on the management...
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Current Issue

February 2019, Volume 5, Issue 3

This issue features a look at the unique challenges of developing treatments for orphan diseases, more coverage of the 2018 ASH annual meeting, and more.