The established multiauthored textbooks of hematology are often flawed by uneven writing and dated material, by-products of the process of painful extraction of promised chapters from procrastinating authors. In contrast, Jandl's new text, Blood, presents smooth, comprehensively written chapters that are remarkably current in diverse areas of hematology.
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