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Don’t You … Forget About (C)ME

As you walk away from the 2020 Annual Meeting, don’t forget about continuing education credits. Here are some FAQs, and complete info can be found on the ASH website. Is CME/MOC available? Attendees do not need to attend the live sessions as they air in order to claim...

A Year to Remember

In ancient times, the Babylonians made commitments to their gods at the start of each year to return borrowed objects and pay their debts. The Romans made similar promises to the god Janus, for whom the month of January is named. And still today, with each new year,...

‘Roids Are All the Rage in Hematology

Hormones are used throughout the field of hematology, from using glucocorticoids to treat autoimmune cytopenias and leukemia, to prescribing oral contraceptives for women with heavy menstrual bleeding. In a consultative role, hematologists are often asked to assess...

In the Future, All Blood Is Red

This year, at medical schools across the country, students will virtually attend a series of lectures on the ethics of medicine, during which they’ll learn words like “paternalism” and “therapeutic alliance,” “egalitarianism” and “stewardship,” and “beneficence” and...

Catching Up With the Blood Editors

Near the end of 2019, as the 61st ASH Annual Meeting in Orlando was upon us, Blood’s incoming Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Nancy Berliner, and Deputy Editor, Dr. Andrew Roberts, discussed in ASH News Daily their shared number-one editorial goal: “to make the journal more...

Deciding Whether CAM Is Appropriate for Your Patients

Attend the 2020 ASH Practice Partnership SessionThe ASH Practice Partnership Session will follow a virtual format this year. The session will take place ahead of the 62nd ASH Annual Meeting on Monday, November 23, from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The session...

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