The EBMT Handbook

The EBMT Handbook-1

Enric Carreras • Carlo Dufour Mohamad Mohty • Nicolaus Kröger Editors 2019 Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapies Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation has become a well-established life-saving treatment procedure for many patients with hematological malignancies, inborn errors, or bone marrow failure syndromes. Starting more than 60 years as an “ultima ratio” option, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is now […]

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Postgraduate Haematology

Postgraduate haematology

EDITED BY A Victor Hoffbrand Douglas R Higgs David M Keeling Atul B Mehta 2016 Since the sixth edition of Postgraduate Haematology was published in 2011, substantial advances have been made in our understanding of the pathogenesis of inherited and acquired haematological diseases. This progress has largely resulted from the application of next generation sequencing of the relevant exomes and […]

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Pädiatrische Hämatologie und Onkologie

Padiatrische Hamatologie und Onkologie-1

Helmut Gadner Gerhard Gaedicke Charlotte Niemeyer Jörg Ritter (Hrsg.) 2006 Die pädiatrische Hämatologie und Onkologie ist heute mit Recht ein eigenständiges Teilgebiet der Kinder- und Jugendmedizin, wobei insbesondere die Hämatologie als Querschnittsfach der Pädiatrie gelten muss. Die Besonderheiten hämatologischer und onkologischer Krankheits bilder sind in den verschiedenen Altersstufen sehr vielfältig, so dass eine enge Verzahnung mit anderen Teilgebieten […]

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Hormone Receptors in Breast Cancer

Hormone Receptors in Breast Cancer-1

Suzanne A.W. Fuqua Editor 2009 Since radiolabeled estrogens were first observed in the early 1960s to be preferentially concentrated in estrogen target organs — observations that gave rise to the concept of an ‘‘estrogen receptor (ER),’’ it has become clear that many human breast cancers are dependent on estrogen for their growth.

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Squamous Cell Head and Neck Cancer-1

Edited by DAVID J. ADELSTEIN 2005 Recent Clinical Progress and Prospects for the Future Although squamous cell head and neck cancer is a relatively uncommon malignancy in North America, it has been the focus of intensive clinical investigation, from all oncological disciplines, over the past 20 years. Surgical interest is high because of the unique and complex anatomic relationships […]

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