In the week that featured World Cancer Day and 100 years since (some) women got the vote, catch up with what you missed on social media.
A heartwarming video about the developments of Car T-Cell Therapy.
World Cancer Day was on 4 February. We created a Twitter Moment to round up how other organisations were raising awareness:
6 February marked 100 years since (some) women won the right to vote in the UK. The Royal College of Nursing shared material from their archive:
Today marks 100 years since women won the right to vote. #RCNBulletin looks at the part individual nurses played in the campaign for equal rights and the central role of the RCN's headquarters building. https://t.co/sUiutAzZIG #nursinghistory #rcnhistory pic.twitter.com/Q4AFCCgvb4— The RCN (@theRCN) February 6, 2018
Reporter Simon Cox met Professor Peter Hillmen to discuss his work on CLL treatment:
Hear more from Professor Peter Hillmen in an interview on Radio 4's Find me a Cure programme:
Listen to Professor Peter Hillmen describe the early findings of a clinical trial that could revolutionise the treatment of a common form of leukemia: ‘Find Me A Cure’ on Radio 4 at 11am pic.twitter.com/DayhSzfb0E— University of Leeds (@UniversityLeeds) February 6, 2018
You can also see Professor Peter Hillmen at our Annual Scientific Meeting where he will be speaking at a number of sessions.
Listen to this new podcast series focused on tranfusing red blood cells as part of the Australian Red Cross Blood Service:
It's live! Listen to the first podcast in our 2018 TransfusEd series on transfusing red cells here - https://t.co/svp2EasO9w You can also subscribe and download from iTunes or Google Play. Happy listening. #Blooducation— TransfusionEducation (@TransfusEd) January 31, 2018
EMJ Hematology are looking for contributions to their online blog. See how you can get involved below:
Have a look through our previous digest stories for more interesting haematology nuggets: