Researchers sought to understand how communication breakdowns occur between healthcare providers and parents of children with cancer, and how these can be improved.
About 90% of those with familial hypercholesterolemia have not been diagnosed or treated for it, leaving them more vulnerable for COVID-19 infection and its complications.
Researchers sought to highlight several recent advances in the epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, investigation, acute management, and secondary prevention of cerebrovascular diseases in patients with hematological diseases.
Researchers worked to better understand and manage patients with mild or moderate hemophilia, who can be an underrepresented and underserved population.
Clinical Pain Advisor met with Scharles Konadu, MD, a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Gastroenterology Specialty Board, to discuss how deeply racial inequity is woven into our health care system.
Researchers are examining the role of platelets as drivers of inflammation, which may provide a mechanistic link with ischemia-reperfusion injury.
There is a need for further investigation of early intervention options for patients with early-stage CLL.
Researchers have sought to determine the monetary cost of specific aGVHD staging and organ involvement for patients who receive HSCT, a topic which remains poorly understood.
As COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues, the NCCN released its preliminary recommendations regarding vaccination administration to patients with cancer.
The benefits of telemedicine became more evident in the context of the elevated risk of COVID-19 infection and severe symptoms among the patients served by hematology and oncology practices.
A group of US-based hemophilia experts summarized unmet needs in mild to moderate hemophilia and provided suggestions for healthcare professionals to optimally manage their patients with this challenging condition.
This review of the guidelines is presented as 6 questions and answers that help direct treatment decision for patients 65 and older with newly diagnosed AML.
In this interview, Richard Becker, MD, gives us an insight into COVID-19 vasculitis and its manifestations.
A year-end update on WM, a distinct entity of lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma presenting with monoclonal pleomorphic immunoglobulin M (IgM) proteins, was recently published in the American Journal of Hematology.
This approach to communication is explained, along with strategies for practicing the approach when treating patients from these communities.
A 21-year-old woman presents with a complaint of continued iron deficiency despite treatment with oral iron supplementation.
Review highlights current approaches to risk stratification, differential diagnosis, and the optimal use of current treatment options for polycythemia vera.
A systematic review of studies focused on strategies to improve patient comfort and compliance with radiotherapy treatment plans, finding that aromatherapy strategies show promise in this setting.
Female physicians are twice as likely as male doctors to be sexually harassed on the internet and are often subject to personal attacks.
These guidelines from ASH, ISTH, NHF, and WFH are intended to support patients, clinicians, and healthcare professionals in their decisions affecting the management of VWD.
As follicular lymphoma (FL) survival rates have improved, concern that patients are at increased risk for the development of a secondary primary malignancy (SPM) has arisen.
Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cells can kill off-target tumor cells in the vicinity of the target cells, a phenomenon known as bystander killing. Modulating the expression of the protein mediating this process—Fas—could be a strategy to improve CAR-T efficacy.
The American Cancer Society’s annual report approximates the new cancer diagnoses and deaths expected in 2021 and identifies impactful patterns in oncology care.
Anna Lembke, MD, discusses how patients who use drugs are affected by the convergence of 2 public health emergencies – increasing overdose rates, and the COVID-19 pandemic – and addresses controversial solutions proposed by other investigators.
The Office for Civil Rights in the US Department of Health and Human Services announced proposed changes to strengthen patients’ rights to access their own health information, improve care coordination, and reduce regulatory burdens.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network’s updated Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology for multiple myeloma newly include 3 new selinexor-containing regimens.
Investigators assessed sodium bicarbonate’s viability as a pharmacologic strategy in mouse models and humans with acute myeloid leukemia.
A recently published review outlines the approach to the treatment of venous thromboembolism in pregnancy using patient case studies from their clinical practice in a Netherlands-based academic hospital.
Investigators discussed their clinical approaches to the diagnosis and management of malignant infantile osteopetrosis, as well as the management of long-term posttrasnplant complications.
To accommodate patients remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, practices may have expanded personnel access to protected health information and relied on devices that might be vulnerable to cyber attacks.
The British Society for Haematology released an updated guideline, listing recommendations for the diagnosis and management of hairy cell leukemia and hairy cell variant.
Bias extends beyond skin color to the assumptions physicians might make about patients.
Experts discuss clinical, pathologic, and genomic features of Burkitt lymphoma in adults, as well as standard and emerging treatment options for this patient population.
Researchers from the Medical University of Vienna highlight diagnostic and management strategies for the treatment of cyclic thrombocytopenia.
Investigators addressed challenges associated with the biology, diagnosis, and current state of treatment for patients with
Investigators summarize current literature surrounding the treatment of NLPHL and discuss treatment considerations for 2 clinical cases.
Healthcare providers should take steps now to ensure that the telehealth modalities they use are HIPAA compliant.
A pair of researchers discuss the treatment and specific clinical challenges associated with thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura in women who are pregnant.
In addition to age, sex, and comorbidities, a new study flagged uncontrolled cancer and renal insufficiency as key prognostic factors for COVID-19 outcomes.
Investigators summarized current literature surrounding the diagnosis and risk-stratification of PV and ET, and reviewed available and upcoming therapies.
Depending on the type and stage of lymphoma, physicians may choose to avoid having their patients undergo radiation therapy for fear of potential toxic effects in organs.
The American Society of Hematology released evidence-based guidelines for the treatment of DVT and PE in patients without cancer.
Small studies, the absence of subtypes, and a historical lack of genetic information has stopped past studies from triggering meaningful public health change, a review asserts.
The British Society of Hematology has updated their guidelines on the use of irradiated blood components.
The British Society for Haematology has published updated guidelines for the diagnosis and management of chronic myeloid leukemia in adults and children.
Although 1 in 1000 lymphoma diagnoses occurs in pregnancy, literature on best practices for treatment in this patient group is limited.
An analysis showed that outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 infections can be disproportionately mild in some patient cohorts.
TTP is a rare disease that clinicians may not often treat; however, it is important to be aware of new developments for the treatment of this patient population.
The signaling pathways detected may shed light on new treatment strategies.
Recent guidelines have provided additional information on the treatment, management, and risk-stratifications of acute myeloid leukemia in older patients.