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The European Medical Journal Presents: EMJ Hematology 2019

London, United Kingdom, August 1, 2019

Detailing some of the most important topics in haematology, EMJ Hematology 7.1 is now available.

In the congress review for EMJ Hematology 7.1 you will find highlights from the European Hematology Association (EHA) 2019 congress that took place in the beautiful city of Amsterdam, Netherlands. In addition to a collection of abstracts presented at the congress that display novel research, there are congress review stories of all the latest updates in the field, plus more!

Additionally, the journal hosts an assortment of excellent peer-reviewed articles. With topics ranging from pregnancy in chronic myeloid leukaemia patients to potential biomarkers for the diagnosis of neonatal sepsis, there is something to interest everyone.

New Insights in β-thalassaemia, by Paubelle and Thomas, reviews the significant progress being made in β-thalassaemia induced hypochromic microcytic anaemia. Encompassing pathogenesis, ineffective erythropoiesis control, metal chelation, and gene therapy, this fascinating review highlights the potential that future treatments have in the prognosis and management of the disease.

This latest edition of EMJ Hematology brings together fascinating articles and events that occurred at EHA 2019 providing many discussion points to spark conversation within the haematological community.

Notes to Editors

About EMJ:

Renowned for being the only medical journal to review the biggest European congresses, six weeks after each event is held, the European Medical Journal is an independent, open-access eJournal dedicated to delivering first-class insights into ground-breaking changes, and advancements in the field.

Spanning sixteen therapeutic areas, including Innovations, Cardiology, Oncology, and more, each journal provides the reader with the latest from the field within our medical congress highlights, abstract reviews, and peer-reviewed articles to name but a few of its wide content selection. Flagship EMJ journals are also published quarterly, bringing an assortment of research and review papers from a variety of topics, alongside unique features and interviews. If you’re interested in receiving quarterly newsletters, and the latest publications straight to your inbox, please do subscribe for free: https://www.emjreviews.com/mailing-list/.

If you would like more information about this publication, please call Stacey Rivers at +44 (0) 1245 334450, or email [email protected].