Winning the Fight
Self-Testing Scores with Warfarin Patients
Future Developments Await in Quest to Cure MDS

Future Developments Await in Quest to Cure MDS

Question: Myelodysplastic syndromes have been in the news recently. What are the symptoms? Answer: Commonly called MDS, myelodysplastic syndromes are a group of diseases where bone marrow doesn’t produce enough normal cells.
Living with AFib What s the Best Treatment

Living with AFib: What’s the Best Treatment?

Exploring the options and sharing the decision to follow the best-fit anticoagulation treatment plan. 
Supply Demand Blood Management Practices Help Doctors Do More with Less

Supply & Demand: Blood Management Practices Help Doctors Do More with Less

Question: What is the function of blood? Answer: Blood carries gases, nutrients and waste products through the body, fights infections, heals wounds and performs many other vital functions.
Driving Policy to Ensure Quality Care for Patients

Driving Policy to Ensure Quality Care for Patients

There are no means of prevention or early detection for blood cancers; therefore, research has been focused on cures.
Ask the Experts

Ask the Experts

Self Testing Scores with Warfarin Patients

Self-Testing Scores with Warfarin Patients

Question: Can patients taking warfarin successfully check medication levels in the convenience of their homes? Answer: Yes, thanks to advancements in monitors, self-testing is not only easy, but leads to improved outcomes.
Help this Father Register 1 000 African American Marrow Donors

Help this Father Register 1,000 African American Marrow Donors

Kevin Weston has perspective. He just wants to see his little girl grow up and to grow old with his wife. But to do that, he needs your help.
The Vital Connection

The Vital Connection

Passion for patients’ quality of life and care inspires the pursuit of life-changing and saving therapies.
Winning the Fight

Winning the Fight

Robin Roberts stands up to MDS with a positive outlook, passionate support and proactive partnership with her doctors.