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“This is a new book that aims to provide an overview of all neoplastic conditions in haematology. … It is generally well written, with many useful diagrams and tables. … It is potentially useful for anyone with an interest in this field, including haematologists, histopathologists and scientists. … more suitable for an American audience, and indeed includes a study guide for trainees taking US board examinations. I would recommend that it should be available in libraries and … within haematology or histopathology departments.” (Lydia Eccersley, The Bulletin of the Royal College of Pathology, Issue 153, January, 2011)
“Intended as a reference for practicing hematopathologists and surgical pathologists. Pathology resident and hematopathology fellows also will find it useful as a tool for board preparation. It offers an excellent overview of diagnostic hematopathology for hematologists-oncologists. … beneficial for experimental scientists and graduate students … . an excellent quick reference for practicing hematopathologists and clinicians. … appeal to basic science researchers in the field. … widely distributed to departmental libraries, and should become a part of the personal library of all hematopathologists and clinical hematologists.” (Anamarija M. Perry, Doody’s Review Service, July, 2010)