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Guidelines for the Clinical Management of Thalassaemia

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Guidelines for the Clinical Management of Thalassaemia
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Publisher: Thalassaemia International Federation
ISBN-13: 9789963623709
Number of pages: 114

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The thalassaemias are a heterogenous group of genetic diseases in which the production of haemaglobin is partly or completely suppressed. Written by some of the world's leading authorities on haemoglobin disorders, this second revised edition of Guidelines for the Clinical Management of Thalassaemia provides medical professionals with a clear, comprehensive guide to the optimal treatment of thalassaemia, based on scientific evidence, clinical studies and observations.

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