haematologist


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he·ma·tol·o·gist

(hē'mă-tol'ŏ-jist)
A physician trained and experienced in hematology, i.e., skilled in the diagnosis of diseases of the blood and bone marrow, or in treatment of such diseases, or both.
Synonym(s): haematologist.

haematologist

A specialist in disorders of the blood.
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The regulations of the College of Physicians offer two possible interpretations to the training for clinical haematology, exemplified by the definitions of a haematologist in the USA and the UK.
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It is literally vital for patients that any new EU legislation should improve co-operation for more and better-targeted funding for research in haematology, allowing haematologists to secure the research resources they need to help patients access the best possible expertise and treatment.
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The service we provide to the patient is no different than if we had a medical oncologist and we believe it is better to have haematologists, who have a much wider range of skills.
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STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Bioenvision (Nasdaq: BIVN) announced that clofarabine's potential as the next generation of leukemia treatment was a focal point during a symposium led by internationally renowned haematologists from the MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, at the 10th European Haematology Association (EHA) meeting in Stockholm, Sweden.