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Experts to focus on innovations in haematology

Bengaluru: Experts, including specialists and doctors, will brainstorm on innovations, research and new findings in haematology, haemato-oncology, laboratory medicine and blood banking at the 56th annual conference of Indian Society of Haematology and Blood Transfusion, beginning here on Friday.

“Multiple scientific workshops will focus on sharing innovations in field target therapies, bone marrow transplants, blood cancer and other blood related disorders,” an organiser told reporters here on Thursday.

During the three-day conference, experts from the US, Germany, Britain, Canada, France, Australia, Singapore, Greece, Italy and Oman will also share knowledge on haematology and related disciplines.

The conference will also exchange information, technological advances and scientific achievements in platelet disorders, acute leukaemia — paediatric and adult, lymphomas cancer (cancer of the lymph system), RBC & WBC issues, blood transplants and other relevant topics.

As many as 200 national faculty and over 1,500 delegates are expected to attend the conference.

The event is organised by the Karnataka chapter of Indian Society of Haematology & Blood Transfusion and Narayana Health City.

(IANS)

One Comment

  1. Harish Gupta Harish Gupta Friday, November 13, 2015

    Recently I read that MCI made a ruling that to renew one’s medical license, one has to gain a certain number of points , and attending conferences is a way to gain the points.
    If this is so , whether MCI and the concerned Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as well as the Ministry of Chemicls and Fertilizers have evolved any way to support such conferences , I wonder.

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