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It’s called HDFN…or Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn and as recently as the mid 1960;s, it was a condition resulting in annual deaths averaging 10,000 newborn infants. Thanks, however, to medical science, and thousands of selfless blood plasma donors, this condition is treatable and controllable. Join Dr. Larry Griffin who along with a blood plasma donor, discuss this rare but manageable medical condition. For more information www.rhogam.com & www.kedrionusa.com

Health, Wealth, Beauty, and Business

Bringing the best tips from the experts in Atlanta in business, beauty, wealth management, child healthcare, car shopping, and more. Each year, Atlanta’s Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative selects 15 local female entrepreneurs for a 15-month business training program. We meet women who have grown their companies, created jobs, and broke through the glass ceiling. With some […]

iMCD is the deadliest subtype of Castleman disease. Approximately one third of patients die within five years of diagnosis, and another third die within 10 years if not treated.

There are no effective treatment options for people with unresectable or metastatic chondrosarcoma despite many attempts by multiple pharmaceutical companies over the past few decades.

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