At the age of 3, I became ill with a rare blood disorder. I was bruising easily, and my platelet count was dangerously low. I was diagnosed to have ITP, had my spleen removed, and thought I was cured. However, my disease was either dormant or morphing into something else. My symptoms recurred with pregnancy, and after my second child was born, my disease was never dormant again.
A 76-year-old man with
The clinical and histopathological distinctions between inherited versus acquired
Allogeneic stem cell transplantation from HLA-matched siblings (MSD-SCT) for elderly patients with severe
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