The Lancet Haematology

The Lancet Haematology is an exclusively online journal dedicated to publishing original research that advocates change in, or illuminates, haematological clinical practice, including, but not limited to, the subjects of: haematology-oncology, red and white blood cell disorders, platelet disorders, stem cell transplantation and induced pluripotent stem cells, and transfusion medicine.

Publisher
Elsevier
History
2014
Website
http://thelancet.com/journals/lanhae/issue/current

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Medical research

New era for blood transfusions through genome sequencing

Most people are familiar with A, B, AB and O blood types, but there are hundreds of additional blood group "antigens" on red blood cells—substances that can trigger the body's immune response—that differ from person to ...

Medical research

Helpful, hopeful news for bone marrow transplant patients

Leukemia can be a terrifying diagnosis for the more than 60,000 U.S. patients who are told they have this blood cancer every year. But the treatment for this disease can be just as frightening. For patients with certain forms ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Test to detect blood vessel injury, predict survival in COVID-19

Researchers at Yale have found that injury to endothelial cells—the cells lining blood vessels—may be a key driver of COVID-19 severity and death. The findings, published in the June 30 edition of The Lancet Haematology, ...

Oncology & Cancer

Financial disclosure lacking in publication of clinical trials

A substantial proportion of pharmaceutical industry payments to authors of oncology clinical trials published in major scientific journals are not disclosed, new research shows. The publications focused on clinical trials ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Favorable outcomes seen in long term for ALLR3 trial

(HealthDay)—For children with B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia with late bone marrow relapse, risk stratification by minimal residual disease seems to be an effective strategy for treatment, according to a ...

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