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CDC Webinar

PUBLIC HEALTH WEBINAR SERIES ON BLOOD DISORDERS:

Transfusion Guidelines for Thalassemia

Aug 13, 2019 from 2pm - 3pm ET

** see flyer for registration information **

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Weill Cornell Medicine Comprehensive Thalassemia Center Patient and Provider Update

Weill Cornell Medicine Comprehensive Thalassemia Center Patient and Provider Update

The Weill Cornell Medicine Comprehensive Thalassemia Center held a patient/physician forum to keep the thalassemia community up-to-date regarding: 

  • Comprehensive Thalassemia Center infrastructure, initiatives and future plans
  • Current Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant projects
  • Current thalassemia treatment guidelines
  • Current and future research protocols

There was also an opportunity for questions and answers from the...

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Hematology and Oncology Update for the Pediatric Practitioner

Hematology & Oncology Update for the Pediatric Practitioner

The Weill Cornell Medicine Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology hosted the annual CME “Hematology/Oncology Update for the General Pediatric Practitioner” at Griffis Faculty Club in New York City. This activity is designed as a periodic refresher for the general pediatric practitioner to provide updated knowledge about common disorders, newer testing and treatment paradigms, and suggestions for a new and more efficient referral pattern to be established. The intent is that this activity...

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