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ASH Directions

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

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ASH Awards Bridge Grants, New Podcasts from The Hematologist, and more

Twelve investigators will receive ASH Bridge Grants for promising blood disease research that could otherwise not be funded by the National Institutes of Health...
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ASH Announces This Year’s Top Award Recipients

Each year, the Society recognizes outstanding hematologists who have made significant contributions to the field with the following Honorific Awards: Wallace H. Coulter Award...
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Blood Journal’s Impact Factor, ASH Annual Meeting Abstract Submission Open, and more

Blood Journal’s Impact Factor the Highest Since 2010; First in Field of Hematology The Thomson Reuters’ Journal Citation Report®, released in June, revealed Blood’s impact...
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New Podcasts from The Hematologist, ASH’s Comments on USPSTF’s Anemia Recommendations, and the MDS...

A New Way to Catch Up with ASH News and Reports: The Hematologist Podcasts To better serve the Society’s membership by bringing new digital offerings, The Hematologist has launched...
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ASH Announces “Bridge Funding” Recipients, CRTI in Latin America Participants

ASH Announces Recipients of the Fifth Round of Bridge Grants Eleven new blood disease researchers have been selected as the latest recipients of the American...
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Mapping the Road to Progress in Lymphoma Research: An Update from the ASH Meeting...

To review the state of science in lymphoma biology, the American Society of Hematology (ASH) organized the ASH Meeting on Lymphoma Biology in August...
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Speaking Up for Hematology: Change Comes at ABIM After Years of ASH Advocacy

Since 2001, ASH has challenged the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) on its Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program, citing a lack of evidence for the...
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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...
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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....
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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...
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September 2019 Volume 5 Issue 11

September 2019, Volume 5, Issue 11

This issue explores politics in the exam room, demystifies proteomic analysis in hematology, and more.