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University of Padua Hosts Landmark Conference to Discuss Advances in Transfusion-Free Medical Care

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JW.Org - Newsroom for Journalists: University of Padua Hosts Landmark Conference to Discuss Advances in Transfusion-Free Medical Care


ROME—On Friday, November 24, 2017, medical, bioethics, and legal professionals convened at the University of Padua, the second-oldest university in Italy, for the conference entitled

“The Refusal of Blood Transfusion by Adult Patients: What Are the Treatment Options?—Blood Save 2017.”

The conference was sponsored by more than 25 Italian scientific societies and associations as well as Italy’s Ministry of Health.



One of the visiting experts, Dr. Luca P. Weltert, a cardiothoracic surgeon at the European Hospital, Rome, explained:

“We saw today that transfusions can be detrimental and in many cases are not needed.”


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