Should every patient with MDS get iron chelation – probably yes.

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Kanjaksha Ghosh *
Emanuele Angelucci
Federica Pilo
Kinjalka Ghosh
(*) Corresponding Author:
Kanjaksha Ghosh | kanjakshaghosh@hotmail.com

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Kanjaksha Ghosh, Director Surat Raktadan Kendra & Research Centre Udhna Khatodara Urban health Centre Udhna Magdalla road Surat 395002

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Surat Raktadan Kendra & Research Centre
Udhna Khatodara Urban health Centre
Udhna Magdalla road
Surat 395002

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