The importance of developing world haematology
EDTA-dependent lymphoagglutination in persistent polyclonal B-cell lymphocytosis
Leukaemic pleural effusion in acute myeloid leukaemia
Malaria: modification of the red blood cell and consequences in the human host
Cytoskeletal and membrane remodelling during malaria parasite invasion of the human erythrocyte
Severe acquired anaemia in Africa: new concepts
Lymphomas in sub-Saharan Africa - what can we learn and how can we help in improving diagnosis, managing patients and fostering translational research?
Haemophilia: provision of factors and novel therapies: World Federation of Hemophilia goals and achievements
Genetic strategies for the treatment of sickle cell anaemia
Palliative care: what approaches are suitable in developing countries?
The challenge of haemoglobinopathies in resource-poor countries
Monoclonal antibodies in the treatment of multiple myeloma
Managing multiple myeloma: the emerging role of novel therapies and adapting combination treatment for higher risk settings
Moving on from voluntary non-remunerated donors: who is the best blood donor?
Diagnosis of Burkitt lymphoma using an algorithmic approach - applicable in both resource-poor and resource-rich countries
Haematology in Africa
High transfusion failure rates in Malawian children with severe anaemia following a standard blood transfusion regimen