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Blood Advances, the open access journal of the American Society of Hematology, provides an open international forum for the publication of original articles describing basic laboratory, translational, and clinical investigations in hematology and related sciences.
 
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Small Changes
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Small Changes is a series of one-on-one interviews with people who've seen a problem in the world and set out to change it - often in small and unexpected ways
 
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MYD88 Wild-Type Waldenström Macroglobulinemia by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
When Temie Giwa-Tubosun realised Nigerians lacked safe access to vital health care products like blood she decided to do something about it. That decision changed her life and saved those of many othersBy The Guardian.
 
Kosovan-born Vasfije Krasniqi-Goodman explains how a survivors’ network has empowered her and others to speak out against rape as a weapon of conflictBy The Guardian.
 
Suraya Pakzad talks to Lucy Lamble about her work championing girls’ education – and living on red alert for the next Taliban raidBy The Guardian.
 
The Judge, a new film by award-winning director Erika Cohn, tells the incredible story of how Kholoud Al-Faqih achieved her improbable dream of representing women in the Middle East’s all-male religious courtsBy The Guardian.
 
ASH 2018 guidelines for management of VTE: heparin-induced thrombocytopenia by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
ASH 2018 guidelines for management of VTE: venous thromboembolism in the context of pregnancy by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
Award-winning director Hajooj Kuka on the realities of life in a wartorn country, and the inspiration for aKasha, his first feature filmBy The Guardian.
 
Investigative journalist Anabel Hernández has risked her life to expose corruption at the heart of her country’s violent ‘drug wars’. She tells Lucy Lamble why staying silent is not an optionBy The Guardian.
 
Activist Christophe Oulé had a glittering career in engineering in Burkina Faso when he lost his sight. Now he campaigns tirelessly to improve the lives of other blind people. He talks to Lucy LambleBy The Guardian.
 
Three years after the country’s worst environmental disaster, in which 19 people died, Lucy Lamble hears how Letícia Oliveira is still campaigning for justice for the people affectedBy The Guardian.
 
In Colombia’s capital, many women are reliant on buses. Ángela Anzola and the city’s mayor want transport designed by men to be safer for womenBy The Guardian.
 
Shahin Ashraf’s experience growing up as a British Muslim has led to a life campaigning for gender equality around the worldBy The Guardian.
 
Criminalised by the state and targeted by vigilantes, Malaysia’s LGBT community faces rampant persecution. Thi Laga, a co-founder of rights group Justice for Sisters, has become a leading figure in the fightbackBy The Guardian.
 
The Australian agronomist Tony Rinaudo reveals the secrets that brought about extraordinary results in dozens of countries, from Senegal to EthiopiaBy The Guardian.
 
When his beloved city was occupied by Islamic State, Iraqi Omar Mohammed was determined to document every atrocity – as anonymous blogger Mosul EyeBy The Guardian.
 
Eddie Ndopu defied expectations as the first African with a disability to graduate from Oxford. Now he wants to be the first wheelchair user in spaceBy The Guardian.
 
Our guest this week is a teenager who was involved in mass demonstrations in Dhaka that were sparked after two children were killed by a busBy The Guardian.
 
Role of ecto-5'-nucleotidase in SCD by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
Mike Wamaya discusses how performing ballet helps children transcend the chaos and violence of life in KiberaBy The Guardian.
 
Lucy Lamble talks to Sandra Olsson from Child Soldiers International, who works with girls formerly caught up in armed groups in Democratic Republic of the Congo as they struggle to settle back in their communitiesBy The Guardian.
 
After studying human rights law, Fatuma Abdulkadir Adan returned to her hometown to promote peace and champion women’s rights – through ball skills and teamworkBy The Guardian.
 
Muscle-derived FIX Padua expression in HB dogs by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
When protests in Tunisia sparked revolution across the region and in the Middle East, Aya Chebbi found her political voiceBy The Guardian.
 
Critic Shirley Apthorp was inspired by Venezuela’s use of music to empower communities but realised the post-apartheid generation needed a change of key to unlock an artform so associated with a white eliteBy The Guardian.
 
To fight this disease you need creativity, says Marlize Coleman, whose innovation teaches health workers the best way to zap mosquitoesBy The Guardian.
 
Patterns of Care in AYA ALL by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
Entrepreneur Karanvir Singh has come up with a cashless system for motorbike taxis to help passengers get a fair deal – and improve road safetyBy The Guardian.
 
Young social entrepreneur Majd Mashharawi talks about how she transforms the debris left by conflict into eco-friendly housing materials, helping people reconstruct their livesBy The Guardian.
 
Donor Characteristics and Outcomes by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
Award-winning social activist, TEDx speaker and filmmaker Insia Dariwala talks about her hopes for a world where boys and girls can be safe and freeBy The Guardian.
 
When disaster struck his community in remote Chin state, Dr SaSa rushed to help – and found himself trying to treat 400 people a dayBy The Guardian.
 
Plasma FXIII mediates venous thrombus size by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
Chemotherapy use in AML by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
The human IL-15 superagonist ALT-803 directs SIV-specific CD8+ T cells into B-cell follicles by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
In the climate of fear following the murder of activist Berta Cáceres in Honduras, Lucy Lamble talks to Ana Paula Hernández about her work supporting campaigners who fight to protect native landsBy The Guardian.
 
From rescuing girls from female genital mutilation to championing women’s political rights, Leah Chebet Psiya is breaking down barriers in her Pokot community in eastern KenyaBy The Guardian.
 
Medic turned health activist Dr Erika Arteaga-Cruz has vowed to remedy the country’s poor record on treatment for communities in dire needBy The Guardian.
 
Misdiagnosis of primary immune thrombocytopenia by Blood Advances Community ConversationsBy Blood Advances Community Conversations.
 
Despite never having held political office, lawyer Akere Muna is on a mission to fight corruption by standing for election as Cameroon’s leaderBy The Guardian.
 
Against the backdrop of #MeToo and the country’s infamous rape cases, Lucy Lamble talks to activist Seema Nair about her work empowering Indian womenBy The Guardian.
 
Shocked by the humanitarian crisis she saw unfolding in Greece, Ayesha Keller got on a plane to see if she could help save livesBy The Guardian.
 
Dr Allan Pamba on the ‘silent epidemic’ that drove him to leave his Kenyan village, train as a clinician and become a leading authority on global healthBy The Guardian.
 
Elman Ali Ahmed dedicated his life to disarming child soldiers and trying to end conflict in Somalia – now his daughter, Ilwad, is following in his footstepsBy The Guardian.
 
Lucy Lamble talks to an Amnesty International expert about the importance of letting people in tough situations tell their own storiesBy The Guardian.
 
Lucy Lamble talks to Angie Kaster, co-founder of Egypt’s first roller derby team – the all-female CaiRollers – about how this brutal contact sport is empowering local womenBy The Guardian.
 
Lucy Lamble talks to Rebecca Ratcliffe about her investigations into exploitation and the misuse of power in humanitarian organisationsBy The Guardian.
 
Lucy Lamble looks back over 12 months of critical changes for developing countries, dominated by the devastating effects of the ‘global gag rule’By The Guardian.
 
With nearly a million Rohingya driven out of Myanmar in what the UN has called textbook ‘ethnic cleansing’, Lucy Lamble hears about the situation on the ground in Bangladesh – and how the international community can helpBy The Guardian.
 
When the Nazis invaded the Soviet Union, they planned to starve 30 million people to death. Seven decades on, famine as a weapon of war is making a comeback, says the author of an authoritative new history British risk complicity in Yemen ‘famine crime’, says Alex de WaalBy The Guardian.
 
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