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The European Union must deliver funding for research of blood disorders

At the Congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA) – attracting 10,000 hematologists from Europe and beyond - the president of EHA, Prof. Christine Chomienne, called upon the European Union to deliver funding for Research into Blood Disorders:

“The hematologists in Europe have done a great work. Now it’s the EU’s turn to deliver.”

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Training vital for new era of patient-centric healthcare

By European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) Executive Director Denis Horgan (Source: EU Reporter Correspondent | June 5, 2015)

 

“Health-care professionals cannot be expected to adapt to new ways of approaching patients and coping with new technology unless they are suitably trained”, a high-level conference on personalised medicine heard in Brussels this week. 
Delegates were told that it is vital to develop training for professionals whose disciplines are essential to the successful development of personalised medicine to promote the shared understanding and collaborative development of necessary tools.  “To this end, employers, professional organizations, certification entities, regulatory agencies, and others will have to be involved in effecting the necessary changes,” the conference heard.

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Jesus San Miguel presents the Ham-Wasserman Lecture at the 2014 ASH Annual Meeting

Every year, during the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology, the Ham-Wasserman Lecture is presented. This lectureship was named in honor of two past ASH presidents, the late Dr Thomas Hale Ham and the late Dr Louis R Wasserman. The Ham-Wasserman lecture is traditionally given by an individual from outside the United States who has made a major contribution to our understanding of an area that relates to hematology.

This year Dr Jesus San Miguel was selected for his major contribution in the field of Multiple Myeloma. He will present the Ham-Wasserman Lecture entitled “Multiple Myeloma: A Modern Model for Scientific and Clinical Progress”.

 

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