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Our Research, Education, and Discovery Blog is a showcase for our work as well as the basic science behind what we do. Here we invite readers to explore the worlds of transfusion and transplantation science and learn more about how our research leads to improved everyday practices and ultimately – and most importantly – better outcomes for patients. 

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National organ sharing leads to 500 kidney transplants for highly sensitized patients

Mardi, janvier 15, 2019
Five hundred kidney transplants made possible through national highly sensitized patient program
Annual progress report highlights the Centre for Innovation’s impactful research, development, education and training

Jeudi, janvier 10, 2019
#WeDoResearch! Through our Centre for Innovation, our engaged network of scientists, medical experts, partners, and collaborators conduct and disseminate high quality, impactful research for the benefit of Canadian patients and the Canadian healthcare system.
Looking back on 2018: Top-five most-read stories from the RED blog

Mardi, janvier 01, 2019
As the year comes to a close and 2019 is set to begin, we take a moment to reflect on the 2018 articles that were among the most popular.
Meet the Researcher: Dr. Mel Krajden

Jeudi, décembre 20, 2018
This week, we chat to Canadian Blood Services’ adjunct scientist, Dr. Mel Krajden, about his research work at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and his role as a Canadian Blood Services adjunct scientist.
12th Earl W. Davie Symposium: a focus on the next-generation of blood researchers

Jeudi, décembre 13, 2018
In November, the University of British Columbia Centre for Blood Research (CBR) hosted its 12th annual Earl W. Davie Symposium in Vancouver, BC. During the event, researchers, students, clinicians and patients discussed successes and ongoing challenges in hematology, from understanding basic mechanisms of clotting to improving patient care.
Funded research providing evidence needed to evolve eligibility criteria for men who have sex with men

Lundi, décembre 03, 2018
Canadian Blood Services has recently made progress on several fronts that may further evolve the eligibility criteria for men who have sex with men. This includes supporting more research projects as part of the MSM Research Grant Program and working to reduce the waiting period from one year to three months based on the latest evidence.

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