TASCS Australia

July 27, 2017

What can go wrong in the blood? A brief overview of bleeding, clotting and cancer

The Conversation – 26th July 2017 By Maher Gandhi and Huyen Tran While blood is essential for human life, there are many things that can go […]
July 26, 2017

Explainer: what’s actually in our blood?

The Conversation – 25th July 2017 By Denese Marks Blood is vitally important for our body. As it’s pumped around our body through veins and arteries, […]
July 25, 2017

Essays on blood: why do we actually have it?

The Conversation – 24th July 2017 By David Irving Just as a village can’t grow into a city without some form of transport (road, rail or […]
July 25, 2017

Monash Health Invitation: Farewell to Professor Don Bowden

Please join us to celebrate the wonderful contribution and achievements of Professor Don Bowden upon his retirement. 2:30 – 4pm, Wednesday 9 August Seminar Room 2 […]
July 22, 2017

How our immune system causes heart disease

The Conversation – 21st July 2017 By Rahul Kurup Heart disease is among the leading causes of death globally and imposes a significant burden on the […]
June 12, 2017

Month on, no end to thalassaemics’ agony

  By Aparna Banerji 10th June – Tribune News Service – Jalandha, India A month after as many as 35 patients of thalassaemia at the local […]
May 26, 2017

Time for a national policy on thalassaemia

Afshan Yasmeen 7th May 2017 – The Hindu As the number of thalassaemics grows in India, a prevention and control programme is nowhere in sight Unlike […]
May 15, 2017

Haemoglobinopathies and the Rheumatologist

Abstract The haemoglobinopathies are a relatively common, heterogeneous group of inherited conditions that are the result of either a quantitative abnormality (e.g. thalassaemia) or structural [e.g. […]
May 15, 2017

Greetings from the Coordinator of Thalassaemia Society of NSW

“Dia Dhuit” from Cyril, Dia Dhuit is Gaelic for “hello”. Gaelic is one of the national languages of Ireland, and is my place of origin, but […]