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Hemolytic anemia: Sources and notes

Author: Ladane Azernour-Bonnefoy
Expert consultant: Dr. Marilyne Poirée, onco-hematologist pediatrician - GCS CHU Lenval, Pediatric Hospitals of Nice.

Sources:

> George JN. How I treat patients with TTP in 2010. Blood, 2010.
> Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, National Diagnostic and Care Protocol, Guide - Long Term Affect, HAS, October 2009.

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