Cure2Children’s results were presented at the workshop on Evidence-Based Practice in Paediatric Oncology Nursing held at Duke University. The findings of the workshops will dictate the best practice in blood transfusion therapy worldwide and will also be used to make recommendations for global practice change.
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Thalassemia patients need blood transfusion once every 21 days for life. Donate blood, help children with thalassemia.
Hydroxyurea could be a useful alternative to blood transfusion for thalassemia patients because of the oral use, inexpensive cost, and the positive clinical and hematological responses. Learn more about this here.
Cure2children was invited to present on “worthiness of bone marrow transplantation as a treatment option for thalassemia patients in developing countries” as part of the 17th ESH - EBMT Training Course on Haemopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation held in Sicily, Italy this past April.
Sankalp India Foundation is a voluntary organisation based in Bangalore, India that helps children suffering from Thalassemia gets proper care and treatment. Around 200 children with Thalassemia from across south India are supported through the Thalassemia day care centre established by Sankalp in Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health Hospital in Bangalore.