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Speaking at a session arranged to launch thalassemia screening of medical students and doctors, under the aegis of Ghulam Mohammad Mahar Medical College Sukkur, they sought massive public awareness to control disease.
Syed Azhar Rizvi is pledging his continued support to the Fatimid Foundation, helping the organization in its fight against a group of blood disorders known as thalassemia.
KE entered into this understanding with KITCC because of the role it plays in helping out Thalassemia patients.
Therefore, in this study, an attempt was made to analyze the reproductive behavior of families who had a child suffering from thalassemia major in this southern province of Iran in 2013.
He was addressing as chief guest a function held here on Friday in connection with World Thalassemia Day.
The report also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Thalassemia and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
There are two main types of thalassemia; alpha thalassemia occurs when one or more genes related to the alpha globin protein are missing or mutated.
Abu Dhabi - Individuals who made considerable contribution in the awareness, advancement and support of thalassemia and other blood disorders will receive recognition this year at the second edition of the Sultan bin Khalifa International Thalassemia Awards (Sita).
Blood donation is one of the most important activities that the members of the Dubai community can do towards extending a helping hand to the Thalassemia society, Dubai.
Reverse Dot Blot Hybridization (RDB) Kit for thalassemia is developed by scientists of National Institute of Immunohaematolgoy (NIIH) and the Indian Council for Medical research (ICMR) and is now being domestically manufactured by IMGENEX Ltd.
1 was the first Turkish researcher accepted to the Thalassemia Center.
The Thalassemia Centre under the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has received a donation of Dh50,000 from the Beit Al Khair Society to procure blood sugar testing machines for thalassemia patients with diabetes.