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HIV Research Marches on With Exciting Leads

Mar 11, 2015 1:00:54 PM / by James Sanchez posted in Vaccine Research

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HemaCare reports 3 recent findings generating enthusiasm in the HIV research community

Enormous strides have been made against HIV ever since its discovery in the 1980s. A virus that was once synonymous with doom, HIV can now be managed with medical interventions and treated as a chronic condition. However, a cure remains ever elusive; an effective vaccine has been out of reach as well.

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Happy New Year! The Top 10 HemaCare Blogs of 2014

Dec 31, 2014 8:00:13 AM / by James Sanchez posted in Uncategorized

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What were the 10 most read HemaCare blogs of the year? Image credit: http://commons.wikimedia.org
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Obtaining DNA for Sequencing: Sometimes Plasma is the Way to Go

Dec 29, 2014 1:00:53 PM / by James Sanchez posted in Cancer, Plasma, Basic Research

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Acquiring DNA from plasma may avoid problems with safety and bias. In terms of sequencing, recent work has helped make this approach a reality.

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Happy Holidays! Who's Faster: Santa or the Immune System?

Dec 24, 2014 8:00:57 AM / by James Sanchez posted in Uncategorized

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We hope you have been enjoying a warm and memorable holiday season. This Christmas Eve, children will restlessly go to bed with thoughts about Santa's impending arrival. It's no wonder why his visit is greeted with awe. After all, that jolly man in red has his work cut out for him. Have you ever done the math? Let's say that Santa faces a billion households to call on. He has 24 hours to make an appearance at all of these households (because, you know, time zones). That comes to 11,600 households every second!

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Reporting from the AABB: What’s the Future of Therapeutic Apheresis?

Dec 17, 2014 1:00:30 PM / by James Sanchez posted in Apheresis, Cell Therapy, Platelets, Red Blood Cells, Serum, Plasma

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Standard apheresis equipment is soon to be supplanted. What are the advantages in the next generation?

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