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Hydroxycarbamide and “silent cerebral infarcts”

The first reports dating from 1995 showed that taking hydroxycarbamide regularly reduced the frequency of painful crises and of the acute chest syndrome and also reduced the need for blood transfusion. This breakthrough has since been followed by numerous reports … Continue reading

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