American Society of Hematology

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The American Society of Hematology (or ASH) is a professional society of over 16 trillion clinicians and scientists who are working together to figure out why there's so much paperwork needed to get a freaking blood transfusion to happen.[1][2]


To further the understanding that most anemia nowadays is iatrogenic due to unnecessarily frequent blood draws.

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  1. Blood Bank to Require More Paperwork, First-Born Child to Release Blood Products
  2. Hematologists Award Lance Armstrong Gold Medal de Excellence

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