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US Hematology Volume 2


US Oncological Review


Volume 6 Exercise and


Identification and Functional Characterization of von Willebrand Disease


Emmanuel J Favaloro, PhD Platelet–Leukocyte


Interactions in Inflammation and Thrombosis


Noemi Michetti, PhD, Andrew S Weyrich, PhD and Guy A Zimmerman, MD


Rhesus Gene Family and Blood Group Antigens— Molecular Aspects in Relation to Genomic Transfusion Medicine


Cheng-Han Huang, MD, PhD


Should Patients with Myelodysplastic Syndromes Undergo Iron Chelation Therapy? New Data Answering the Question


Stuart L Goldberg, MD www.touchbriefings.com www.touchoncology.com


Cancer-related Fatigue Karen M Mustian, PhD, et al.


High-dose Radiotherapy and Concurrent Chemotherapy for Unresectable Non-small-cell Lung Cancer


Steven E Schild, MD and Helen J Ross, MD


Denosumab in the Treatment of Giant Cell Tumor of Bone


David Thomas, FRACP, PhD


Cisplatin plus Cetuximab in the Treatment of Recurrent and Persistent Cancers of the Cervix


Kate E Oliver, MD and John H Farley, MD


Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma in the Older Adult


Arlene A Gayle, MD and Noelle K LoConte, MD


www.touchbriefings.com Assessment of


Thrombin Generation Murray J Adams


Hypocholesterolaemia in Thalassaemia –


Pathogenesis, Implications and Clinical Effects


Paolo Ricchi, Massimiliano Ammirabile and Aurelio Maggio


Myelodysplastic Syndromes – Unexpected Insights Stimulate the Biological Landscape


Azra Raza and Naomi Galili


Imatinib Blood Level Testing – Current Perspectives and Key Questions


François-Xavier Mahon, et al.


The Spectrum of T-cell and Natural Killer–Large Granular Lymphocytic Proliferations


Estella Matutes www.touchoncology.com


The Emergence of Thrombopoietin Receptor Agonists as a Novel Treatment for Immune Thrombocytopenia


Roberto Stasi, et al.


European Haematology Volume 4


European Oncology & Haematology


Volume 7 • Issue 1 • Spring 2011


Cetuximab in the Treatment of Locally Advanced Head and Neck Cancer


Rainald Knecht


The Challenge of Mediastinal Staging


Loris Ceron, et al.


Surgical Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer


Magnus Bergenfeldt and Åke Andrén-Sandberg


Leukaemic Transformation of Philadelphia-chromosome- negative Myeloproliferative Neoplasms – A Review of the Molecular Background


Nils H Thoennissen and H Phillip Koeffler


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