Published in Blood Weekly, January 10th, 2008
The study's results will appear in a future issue of Pediatric Blood and Cancer but are available for review in its advance online publication.
In a Phase II study of 10 children with sickle cell disease who also had multiple silent strokes, or cerebral infarcts, the majority of families were committed to having their children receive blood transfusions for two years, showing that the therapy was feasible. In...
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