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ASH publications include both clinical and scientific research, and education in the field of hematology.



With an impact factor of 25.476 (2021), Blood is the most cited peer-reviewed publication in the field of hematology. It provides an international forum for the publication of original articles describing basic laboratory, translational, and clinical investigations in hematology.

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Blood Advances is a semimonthly medical journal published by the ѻý. The first journal to join the Blood family in 70 years, Blood Advances is an open-access, online journal that publishes more peer-reviewed hematology research than any other academic journal worldwide. Under the direction of founding editor-in-chief Robert Negrin, MD, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA, the inaugural issue debuted on November 29, 2016.



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ASH’s bimonthly member newsletter, The Hematologist: ASH News and Reports, is designed for the broad constituency of ASH, ranging from basic scientists to practicing clinicians. The Hematologist updates readers about important breakthroughs, trials, and literature; publishes expert advice for clinicians; and spotlights the latest ASH programs and initiatives.



ASH Clinical News, a monthly news magazine specifically designed to appeal to clinical practitioners in hematology and oncology, provides timely updates in the field by reporting on key medical meetings, clinical trials, innovative technology, and influential papers in the literature. Regular features include clinical consults, interviews with leaders in various hematology subspecialties, patient education information, news about individual ASH members, and updates on Society initiatives.


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ѻýal Resources

Hematology, the ASH ѻý Program, provides in-depth chapters covering each session presented in the ASH annual meeting ѻý Program.

The ASH-SAP is a high-quality educational product offering up-to-date information in the field of hematology for internists, hematologists, pediatricians, and hematology-oncology fellows.

This compendium features 33 How I Treat articles published in Blood, which have been reviewed and updated to reflect the most recent scientific and clinically relevant information that has come to light since the articles were first published.