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Each month, PDSA highlights research and clinical advances being made to better understand ITP and how to treat patients more effectively. In this issue, we share two presentations given at this year’s annual International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) Congress that was held in Montreal, Canada in June, and attended by PDSA staff and medical advisors.
Each month, PDSA highlights clinical advances being made to better understand ITP and provide expert care to patients. In this issue, we share current research about ITP presented at the European Hematology Association (EHA) Congress held in June. PDSA staff and medical advisors are proud to be authors on both research studies.
PDSA’s exhibit booth at the 2022 ASH meeting in New Orleans.
(left-right: Melissa Hilsabeck, Peter Pruitt, Ken Kruse, Caroline Kruse, Jennifer DiRaimo, and Barbara Pruitt)
This year’s 64th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition was held as a hybrid in-person and virtual event in New Orleans, LA, December 10-13, 2022. The meeting attracted more than 25,000 thousand clinicians, researchers, and health-care stakeholders, including the team from PDSA, to share ground-breaking research in the field of hematology. In this edition of the e-news, we report on two abstracts presented at the ASH meeting, showcasing new insights into immune thrombocytopenia (ITP).
The 64th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition was held as a hybrid event in New Orleans, Louisiana, December 10-13, 2022. As usual, the meeting attracted thousands of clinicians, scientists, industry partners, and even investment analysts worldwide to share ground-breaking research in the field of hematology. Here are two of the abstracts presented at ASH. Look for additional summaries of research presented at ASH in our next edition of The Platelet News, available to all PDSA members.