SCD Roundup

“No conclusions can be drawn from this case. Not even a definite diagnosis can be made,” James Herrick wrote in 1910 about the case of the first known patient in America with sickle cell disease (SCD), Walter Clement Noel. More than one century later, we seem to be...

Lymphoma Roundup: Verdict on This Year’s Annual Meeting

Since Thomas Hodgkin’s initial characterization of lymphomas in 1832 and the first administration of mustard to a patient with lymphoma 100 years later amid the secrecy of a World War II gas program, much has changed. Multiple recurrent themes characterize the...

2019 Outstanding Abstract Achievement Awards

ASH is pleased to recognize the following abstract presenters who received the highest ranking in their categories of undergraduate student, medical student, graduate student, resident physician, and post-doctoral fellow. Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award winners...

New This Year: Trials in Progress

New This Year: Trials in Progress

New this year, abstracts describing innovative Trials in Progress (TiPs; i.e., trials that have not reached the primary endpoint) will be presented at this year’s ASH annual meeting. TiP abstracts are expected to provide investigators with opportunities to discuss...

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