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New book includes advances in the science and practice of transfusion and transplantation
Date:10/28/2008

ecent progress and changes that may impact the safety of these services. To aid student understanding, the new edition has a revised design and layout. Concepts are illustrated with more case studies and color photographs, and a revised series of self-assessment questions and learning outcomes is provided.

In the March, 2008 issue of the British Journal of Biomedical Science, Paul Watson reviewed the new edition of Transfusion Science. "Hurrah!" he wrote. "At last, a new book in transfusion science that describes current laboratory procedures and protocols . . . [Focusing] predominantly on the undergraduate and trainee/specialist practitioner level, it successfully fills the gap in study material between the elementary and the higher echelons of transfusion science, delivering a solid basis of the principles and applied knowledge that will ensure this is included on many university reading lists and the shelves of blood banks."


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