From Our Readers

From Our Readers

Poetry in Practice

In our July issue, ASH Clinical News Editor-in-Chief Mikkael Sekeres, MD, MS, outlined his goal to bring humanity back to patient notes in an...
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Reader Responses: How would you treat a patient with CLL who developed warm autoimmune...

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about a patient with CLL who developed warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia. Disclaimer: ASH does...

Burnout: A Major Injury

In our June 2019 issue, ASH Clinical News Associate Editor Alice Ma, MD, examined the recent attention being paid to physician wellness and burnout,...
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Reader Responses: What could provoke venous thromboembolisms in two teenaged siblings?

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about large venous thromoembolisms in two teenaged siblings. Disclaimer: ASH does not recommend or...
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Reader Responses: How does triple X syndrome interact with Fanconi anemia?

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation in a patient with Fanconi anemia. Disclaimer: ASH does...
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Reader Responses: Treating gout in a patient with G6PD deficiency

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about treating gout in a patient with G6PD deficiency. Disclaimer: ASH does not recommend...

Off to the Races: The Breakthroughs of Immunotherapy

ASH Clinical News Associate Editor David Steensma, MD, reviews The Breakthrough, which traces the evolution of immunotherapy to treat – and potentially cure – cancer. Have you read any...
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Reader Responses: The genetic risk for familial CLL

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about the genetic risk for familial chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Disclaimer: ASH does not recommend...

Perish to Publish: Repeated Episodes of Peer Rejection During the Publication Process

In adults – sensitive adults, in particular – who consider themselves academics, repeated episodes of peer rejection can have serious emotional repercussions. We (David...
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Reader Responses: Management of a patient with long-term B12 deficiency

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about 42-year-old female patient who has had very low B12 levels for at...
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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.