Diagnostics Today? Whatever it Takes

Advertisement Katherine Regling, DO Twitter and Alexander Glaros, MD Twitter “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” — Helen Keller As physicians, we have all been there — an hour into a patient encounter, feeling our patience waning and sensing the...

The eX-factors of Hematopoiesis

Advertisement Elna Saah, MD Twitter In designing and controlling production systems, in a symphony, in manufacturing, or in any assembly process, internal and external controls are both prerequisite and vital. That is no different for the environmental milieus (fetal...

Life Finds a Way

Advertisement Alexander Glaros, MD Twitter In the beginning, there was chaos. Inorganic compounds swirled in and out of phase, light and dark, mixed in a haze of lifeless yet limitless potential; physics and chemistry unrepentantly contemplated the depths of their...

Shemostasis!

Advertisement Angela Weyand, MD Twitter As a self-proclaimed “shematologist” who loves all things “shemostasis,” I found the Education Program session “Selected Hemostasis and Thrombosis Topics in Women” (live Q&A Sunday, December 6, at 12:00 noon Pacific time) to...