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Industry thought leaders to discuss topics including transfusion medicine and hematology
BloodCenter of Wisconsin, will offer 10 unique presentations, posters and short group discussions.
Versiti, Inc., a national leader in blood health innovation, is among the first in the United States to provide pathogen reduced platelets.
Versiti, Inc., a national leader in blood health innovation, today announced the launch of its redesigned website, Versiti.org.
Physicians and researchers have successfully used a new immunology treatment (CAR) T-cell therapy, to extend the life of a 52-year-old Wisconsin man.
This January, blood donors can fill up on good feelings and great food by making a life-saving blood donation.
Southeastern Wisconsin blood donors can get into the holiday spirit by donating blood at the 17th Annual Season of Giving Blood Drive.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin will offer nearly 50 presentations, posters, and collaborative events at the 59th Annual American Society of Hematology Meeting.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin’s Research Foundation recently awarded the inaugural R. Douglas Ziegler Innovation Award to Weiguo Cui, M.D., PhD.
AABB has updated its “Circular of Information for the Use of Human Blood and Blood Components” web page following the FDA’s approval for new language to be inserted in the November 2013 Circular.
A thank you letter from a proud mother to the Heartland Blood Center
Green Bay running back Ty Montgomery are teaming up this September to educate the public
This Labor Day week, Heartland Blood Centers is making a special plea to all healthy and eligible people to give the gift of life.
Heartland Blood Centers, the leading supplier of donated blood to more than 70 Chicago- area hospitals, announced its support of September National Sickle Cell Awareness Month.
Three Wisconsin based medical and scientific organizations have collectively been awarded $5,360,832 to help implement the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH’s).
Diagnostic Laboratories is the first to offer testing using Abbott Laboratories’ RealTime IDH2 assay that identifies specific gene mutations in patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).