Megaloblastic anaemia is a type of anaemia characterized by the formation of unusually large, abnormal and immature red blood cells called as megaloblasts by the bone marrow, which are released into t
Thalassemia is a disease that is genetically transferred. Often, parents may be the carriers, but they may not suffer from the disease itself. But the children remain at risk.
The stem cell transplant is a process aimed at replacing the older and damaged stem cells with healthier ones. The intravenous infusion of healthier stem cells can produce new blood cells.
Ebola virus disease (EVD), also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a serious disease that often causes death. Four of the five Ebola virus strains now identified are known to cause disease in humans