It’s so great to know people are working hard for transfusion medicine. It is some of the most neglected aspects in medicine and your podcasts help a lot. Thank you again . I would love to contact you . It has ignited my desire to achieve more
all the names are taken taken via Apple Podcasts · India · 01/06/22
This series has so much to offer but the automated flat voice that cannot pronounce all the necessary words is so off putting that I can’t listen any more.
;-))))),,,, via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/25/21
Needs to be delivered conversationally or w/ dedicated interviews w/ authors (e.g. NEJM this week pod).
Masonjaren via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/07/20
It is great information but it needs to be presented in a more engaging fashion ( maybe conversational vs just reading the data results). Some episodes put me to sleep
TomCityofHope via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/28/20
The information shared by the podcast is very useful and well summarized. However, the way is narrated is very boring and disengaging. A more creative format should be made. A suggestion would be comments or short (5 min or less) discussion of the paper by experts in the field. Thanks.
Jdavidmd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/01/20
Please podcast detailed narratives of clinical review articles and how I treat series. For busy hematologists, pressure of electric records taking away time for self education, catching up on latest articles while driving is a welcome relief.
MMTG1988 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/04/20
I love all things ASH, and was hoping to listen to the podcast on my way to work, but I just cannot listen to that voice!! I assume it is computer generated?
Il professore Pietro via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/17/20
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