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Following up with long-term survivor of CAR T cell therapy

The Stitch

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma patient Matt Rea flew to Houston to receive CD19 CAR-T cells from his identical twin brother Will Rea. The post Following up with long-term survivor of CAR T cell therapy appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network.

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Equipping Your Blood Bank: Essential Equipment

CME Corp

In the world of healthcare, blood banks play a vital role in life saving by processing and storing essential blood products used for transfusions. To ensure the seamless operation of a blood bank, having the right equipment in place is imperative.

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FROM THE LABS: Image of the Month: Defective sperm

The Stitch

Alterations in normal sperm shape and motility led to infertility in an animal model and inspired work to develop a reversible birth control pill for men. The post FROM THE LABS: Image of the Month: Defective sperm appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network.

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3 Tips for Improving Your Pre-Anesthesia Testing Processes

Sullivan Healthcare Consulting

Take $120 and put it in the garbage. Wait a minute. Do it again. Wait another minute. Repeat. Would your OR find that an acceptable use of funds? It’s unlikely. Yet, with a single minute in the OR costing as much as $120, ASCs, hospital outpatient departments (HOPD), and ORs regularly waste much more than that. The reasons for low OR utilization rates are multifactorial, yet they often trace back to ineffective pre-anesthesia testing processes.