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ISTH SSC on the Case – Women’s Health in Thrombosis and Hemostasis
This live session was hosted on April 14th, 2022 08:00 AM to 09:00 AM EDT. 

Speakers:
Dr. Robert Sidonio - Session Lead and Moderator #1
Dr. Rezan Abdul-Kadir - Moderator #2
Dr. Mozah AlMarshoodi - Case #1 Presenter
Dr. Nitzan Dana Sela - Case #2 Presenter 

Session Agenda:
8:00 am
Platform Tips and Tricks
Session Welcome and introductions
Intro to Women’s Health in T&H Subcommittee
8:05 am
Case #1 Presentation | Dr. Mozah AlMarshoodi
8:20 am
Case #1 Q&A with Audience
8:30 am
Case #2 Presentation | Dr. Nitzan Dana Sela
8:45 am
Case #2 Q&A with Audience
9:00 am
Session Concludes

Questions:
Contact Meriel Parker, MS, Scientific Guidelines and Programs Manager at Meriel_Parker@isth.org

The Department of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital (JHCH) has presented a Hematology Case Review Conference to the medical community, its affiliates and collaborators since 2019. In his role as JHCH Hematology Professor and ISTH Pediatric/Neonatal Thrombosis and Hemostasis SSC Subcommittee Chair, Neil Goldenberg proposed for JHCH and ISTH to collaborate and expand the discussions to clinical cases of international interest and relevance. As a result, the ISTH is pleased to announce the launch of its new Clinical Series – SSC On the Case – featuring clinical case presentations by international hematologists and radiologists for discussion with the global clinical community.

Designed to generate treatment consensus, cultivate specialist’s recommendations, and educate the broader medical community on methodology and disease mechanisms, this new clinical case series expands the common hospital case dialogue beyond its conference room walls, to the boundless community of international hematology specialists.
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