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October 5, 1994

Advances in Transplantation

Author Affiliations

Southern Hills Medical Center Nashville, Tenn

 

edited by Emanuel Hackel and James P. AuBuchon, 147 pp, members $25, nonmembers $35, ISBN 1-56395-023-5, order No. 935610, Bethesda, Md, American Association of Blood Banks, 1993.

JAMA. 1994;272(13):1077-1078. doi:10.1001/jama.1994.03520130119046

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Abstract

Alloimmunity: 1993 and Beyond, edited by Sandra Taddie Nance, 213 pp, members $25, nonmembers $35, ISBN 1-56395-025-1, order No. 935620, Bethesda, Md, American Association of Blood Banks, 1993.

These three publications, a few of the many by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB), based on annual seminars and published each year for the educational support of its membership and the general blood bank community, represent the useful aspects of collective knowledge gathered in an organized and consistent way. The editors and authors attempt to summarize the current thinking in their fields; although some topics may seem narrow, taken as a whole they are very applicable to clinical science and a useful reference to others.

Organ transplantation has garnered much attention in the nation, from families and transplant teams to

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