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The significance of JAK2-positive test results in a healthy patient

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about the significance of JAK2-positive test results in a healthy patient. Disclaimer: ASH does...
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Reader Responses: The significance of JAK2-positive test results in a healthy patient

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about the significance of JAK2-positive test results in a healthy patient. Disclaimer: ASH does not...

An ASH Annual Meeting Post-Vivum

“So, what did you learn from ASH?” asked my advisor a couple of weeks after I returned from my first American Society of Hematology...
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Best options for an older patient with Ph+ B-cell ALL

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about best options for an older patient with Philadelphia chromosome (Ph)–positive B-cell acute...
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How to treat a young woman with stage 2a Hodgkin lymphoma and fertility concerns?

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about treatment options for a young woman with stage 2a Hodgkin lymphoma and...

#SHEmatology and #WOMANcology: Encouraging Women to Explore Careers and Leadership in Hematology and Oncology

Over the past 50 years, women in medicine have gained greater representation, with each generation of trainees moving closer to gender parity. The number...
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How to Treat HELLP Syndrome

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about treatment of HELLP (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelet count) syndrome. Disclaimer: ASH...
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How to Treat Ph-negative Precursor B-cell ALL and Ischemic Cardiomyopathy

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about the management of Ph-negative ALL in a patient with ischemic cardiomyopathy. Disclaimer: ASH...
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How to Treat Anemia in a Patient Who Refuses Transfusions for Religious Reasons

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about a Jehovah's Witness patient with stage IV uterine cancer, a uterine abscess,...
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How would you treat a patient with autoimmune hepatitis, grade 4 cirrhosis, and declining...

Here’s how readers responded to a You Make the Call question about a 22-year-old patient presenting with epistaxis, a platelet count of zero, abnormal...
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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.