The detectives, the institutes of National Cancer Institute and the National Heart, Lung and Blood,. Only on exclusively to people who have been financed during cancer treatment in the hospital concentrated However, the majority of cancer patients outpatient scientists expect to study thrombosis risk for the primary group of patients as well, said Khorana.
Khorana and his team examined data from more than 70,500 patients who receive a blood transfusion. Developed among the patients, 2 % of venous thromboembolism and 5, However, the arterial thromboembolism (ATE. Significantly higher than the 3.8 % and 3.1 % respectively Price is for other patients in the study who did not receive transfusions. However, the figures are comparable to the data on ESAs. Continue reading