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Blood Transfusion May Not Be Required For Thalassaemia

The most common form of thalassaemia disease may not require blood transfusion as a tre...obin E ? thalassaemia—the commonest form of severe thalassaemia in many Asian// countries—can be managed without transfusion in many patients, suggests a research l...

Thalassaemic Child's Parents Campaign for Awareness

...trict. Before tying the knot, they didn't know how thalassaemia could affect their conjugal life. But now they hav...the plight of their 19-month-old daughter Soumi, a thalassaemia patient who has to be given fresh blood every alternate month. The couple does not want other pare...

Denial of Treatment for HIV Infected Child Sparks Outrage

... 24 Parganas district had been under treatment for thalassaemia at the NRS Medical College and Hospital here since... his letter. "Ironically, this child is also a thalassaemia patient who became infected with HIV only through contaminated blood that he received from a blood b...

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