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Medscape Education recently launched a new activity, the focus of which is a report from the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) on surveillance as it relates to two unique cases of patients deceased and diagnosed with sporadic type Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (sCJD) in the United Kingdom (UK). sCJD is the most common type in a group of rare neurodegenerative diseases characterized by abnormal prion proteins that form sponge like holes in the brain tissue, resulting in death. sCJD arises in patients with no known risk factors for the disease.
The Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Program recently relaunched an educational activity focused on clinical research at hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs) entitled “The Basics of Research at Hemophilia Treatment Centers.” The purpose of the module is to enable learners who care for patients with bleeding disorders to participate in research, interpret, and apply specialty protocols and outcome findings effectively.
NOW is the time to call your representative to tell him or her to vote NO on AHCA as revised by the MacArthur amendment.
The BloodCenter of Wisconsin (BCW) recently announced the launch of a new and more sensitive test for von Willebrand disease (VWD), a genetic disorder characterized by either a qualitative or quantitative flaw in von Willebrand factor (VWF). Milwaukee-based BCW is a not-for-profit organization that specializes in blood services, organ, tissue and marrow donation, diagnostic testing, medical services and research.
The Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Program is offering a new educational module designed to familiarize staff of the 140+ federally recognized U.S.
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