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Myeloid & Lymphoid disorders in practice

A new journal proposition for 2016, Myeloid and Lymphoid disorders in practice will offer opinion, guidance, practical advice and updates on the latest thinking in haematological disorders.

This journal will provide a forum for the publication of a variety of review-based articles that will be of interest and benefit to all members of the multidisciplinary team involved in the diagnosis, treatment and management of these haematological and haemato-oncological disorders.

Regular features will include:

  • Case study masterclasses
  • Articles on clinical management of patients
  • Upcoming diary dates of interest
  • The editor’s comment
  • Recent guideline updates
  • Patient/research group columns
  • Articles on service management within the NHS
  • Therapy/disease spotlights
  • A patient information section entitled ‘What I tell my patients about …’

Each issue will also be available as a downloadable PDF.

Editor: Dr Jonathan Kell MBBChir FRCPath MD, Consultant Haematologist, University Hospital of Wales, Cancer Trials Unit, Department of Surgery, Cardiff

 

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Myeloid disorders in practice was previously supported by Shire Pharmaceuticals and Celgene in 2012 and by Shire from 2007 to 2011.

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