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Medical and Research News
Synthetic Platelets built to treat bleeding: A significant milestone in the field of bio-mimetic materials.
Deficiency of WASp in B cells leads to abnormalities in B cell function: A study using mice with isolated WASp deficiency in B cells.
New vector developed for WAS gene therapy Researchers develop a novel vector for the gene therapy of WAS with improved safety features.
Dr. Fritz Bach (1934-2011), transplant pioneer dies Dr. Bach, researcher and physician who played a key role in the first bone-marrow transplant for WAS in 1968 passes away.
Families in the News
Butterfly garden opened in honor of Joey Rogers in New Jersey Dolly Rogers from New Brunswick opens butterfly garden in honor of son, Joey Rogers who died four years ago.
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