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New Medical Education Program Online Helps Physicians to Make The Diagnosis of Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
Date:6/13/2013

is.com/" title="The MDS Diagnosis website" onclick="linkClick(this.href)">http://www.mdsdiagnosis.com, provides two types of interactive courses on techniques used to diagnose and score, or predict long-term outcomes in MDS. In addition to in-depth training on specific diagnostic and prognostic techniques, the website offers interactive patient profiles that allow users to follow patients and see how various MDS techniques contribute to the final diagnosis of MDS. The MDS diagnosis site is also home to lectures by key opinion leaders and MDS experts on diagnostic techniques such as blood cell morphology, fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH), cytogenetic testing and molecular diagnostics.

“Currently, the diagnosis of MDS is often one of exclusion that is made only after ruling out other causes of ineffective blood cell production,” says Dr. John Bennett, M.D., founder of the MDS Foundation, editor of Leukemia Research, and professor emeritus, former head of medical oncology, and current attending haematopathologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, NY, USA. “Recent advances in the use of biomarkers to diagnose MDS and identify MDS that is likely to transform to AML are changing the way we diagnose and treat patients, making this new training portal an invaluable resource for haematologists and oncologists worldwide.”

The MDS Diagnosis website (http://www.mdsdiagnosis.com) is available in four languages – English, German, French, and Spanish – and features a scientific committee comprised of leading authorities on MDS, including Doctors Germing and Bennett, as well as Dr. Francesc Sole, Professor Detlef Haase, Dr. Raphael Itzykson, Dr. Leonie Saft and Professor Dr. Arjan Van de Loosdrecht.


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