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Blood Disorders (INACTIVE)

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  • Hampton educator on her way to running 50 half marathons

    Hampton educator on her way to running 50 half marathons
    Fifty by 50 is the mantra that guides Brita Hampton's fitness regimen. Translated, her goal is to run 50 half marathons, one in each state, before she turns 50. As she's now clipping out at least four a year with the necessary geographic range, the 39-...
  • Children's rare disease links U.Va.'s London, Seminoles' Fisher beyond football

    Children's rare disease links U.Va.'s London, Seminoles' Fisher beyond football
    Some time this weekend before their teams line up in Tallahassee, Fla., on Saturday night, Virginia's Mike London and Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and their families will meet and explore a bond that extends far beyond football — the health of...
  • Wednesday FSU-Virginia links (Fanconi anemia connection)

     
    Good Wednesday morning, everyone. Now that Nigelgate is behind us and a new week has fully gotten going, we can really start looking toward the next game on Florida State's schedule. The Seminoles themselves already have, or at least they contend they...
  • UCF lands two NIH grants worth $5.5 million for hemophilia research

    UCF lands two NIH grants worth $5.5 million for hemophilia research
    An innovative UCF scientist has helped land two NIH grants totaling $5.5 million, the University of Central Florida announced Friday. The National Institutes of Health funding will be used to research a better treatment for hemophilia, the life-...
  • Hurricane Irene impacts blood supplies, Red Cross urges donations

    Hurricane Irene impacts blood supplies, Red Cross urges donations
    Hurricane Irene is shaping up to become a large flooding operation for the American Red Cross.  This includes ensuring there is a sufficient blood supply for the constant need as well as any special needs caused the by the disaster.  The storm has...
  • What is Fanconi anemia?

     
    Probably the one question we've all been asking ourselves since the 11 a.m. news conference at Florida State finished has been this: What is Fanconi anemia? After FSU coach Jimbo Fisher and his wife, Candi talked in front of cameras about how they are...
  • VIDEO: Jimbo Fisher: Fanconi anemia “Will not define our family”

     
    As you've undoubtedly found out from numerous news sources by now, Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher on Friday morning finally revealed to the world what exactly was going on with his 6-year-old son Ethan Fisher. During what could arguably be classified as...
  • Larry's Legends: Josh Phegley keeps on the clock even after blood disorder

    Larry's Legends: Josh Phegley keeps on the clock even after blood disorder
    So much for a vacation-or so it seemed. With their bags packed for Birmingham, Joan and John Phegley had their car ready to depart Terre Haute for the deep south just as baseball's short All-Star break was drawing to a close. A quick ring of the phone...
  • All children in the U.S. are tested for sickle cell trait, but few athletes know they have it

    All children in the U.S. are tested for sickle cell trait, but few athletes know they have it
    Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is a man of faith. But he wasn't looking for his doctor's prayers while sick in a hospital bed, suffering from a mysterious condition that sent sharp pains under his left rib and caused him to quickly lose more than...
  • Eye stroke question

    Question: What is an eye stroke? Answer: According to Dr. Eleanor E. Faye, M.D., FACS, “The term “eye stroke” is misleading. The word “stroke” in diagnosing such an eye condition is not scientific and has other...
  • Young stroke survivors need your help

     
    Anne Hosterman is a mom on a mission. Since May is National Stroke Awareness month, the Bethlehem Township mother of four would like more people to know about pediatric stroke. She’d also like to raise money to fund research that would lead to early...