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Adj.1.blood-related - related by bloodblood-related - related by blood      
related - connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage
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Get Exclusive Report Sample Copy @ Rising demand for blood-derived products and increasing prevalence of blood-related disorders such as haemophilia, leukaemia etc.
Compared to people who were cancer-free, the patients with a blood-related cancer had a more than threefold higher risk of developing shingles, and patients with a cancerous solid tumor, such as cancer located in the lung, breast, prostate, or other organ, had a 30 percent higher shingles risk.
The Awami League general secretary was diagnosed with a combination of kidney and blood-related ailments which have been brought under control, said Prof Abu Naser Rizvi of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, who accompanied Quader to Singapore.
The Chief Magistrate, Mr Dickson Ogunfuyi, granted the defendant N50, 000 bail and a surety who must be blood-related in like sum.
After all, we are blood-related and we have the same father,' Estrada, a candidate for senator who is out on bail on plunder charges.
Isomura sincerely hoped that the Blood Donation Vehicle provided by the grant would greatly improve medical services in Karachi and save many people from blood-related diseases.
Increasing prevalence of blood-related diseases and the requirement to manage chronic diseases including long-term drug infusion and medication.
Speaking at the event, Dr Surangkana Techapaitoon, director of Samitivej Children's Hospital and deputy CEO of Samitivej and BNH Group of Hospitals, said, 'There are a number of blood-related diseases in Oman as well as Thailand.
We weren't blood-related before, but now there's this human that we're both related to and it makes us family in a new way, which I think is so special."
In the article, Aditi Shastri, M.D., an oncologist who specializes in treating blood-related cancers at Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, N.Y., says that an estimated 80 percent of patients at the medical center are minorities, mostly African-American, Afro-Caribbean, and Hispanic.
The organization, established in 1991, is dedicated to saving lives and facilitating bone marrow and blood stem cell transplants for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, and other blood-related diseases.