About ASH Clinical News
ASH Clinical News is your source for worldwide news and perspectives on hematology/oncology.
ASH Clinical News is a magazine for American Society of Hematology members and non-members alike – offering news and views for the broader hematology/oncology community.
Each month, under the leadership of editor-in-chief, Aaron T. Gerds, MD, MS, Deputy Director for Clinical Research at the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute and Associate Professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, ASH Clinical News will provide you with the latest updates in the field – from on-site conference reporting, to the latest trials published in Blood, to policy issues affecting the science and practice of hematology – as well as perspectives and opinions from key leaders.
The publication will also provide tools and resources to help clinicians with quality and performance improvement, patient education, and the economics of running a practice.
For content published in 2021, ASH has received recognition for excellence in publishing from The American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), The Communicator Awards, and the AM&P Network EXCEL Awards.
ASPBE: Northeast Region Silver Award for the feature article, "Eye of a Survivor," by Leah Lawrence
ASPBE: National Bronze Award for the feature article, "Eye of a Survivor," by Leah Lawrence
|Communicator: Excellence in Writing-Column/Editorial for the article, " All Those YESterdays,"
by Aaron Gerds, MD
|EXCEL: Silver Award in the Magazine - Editorial/ Opinion category, for "Sex Cells: The Forgotten Biological Variable," by Bethany T. Samuelson Bannow, MD
|Apex: Award of Excellence in the Writing - Health
& Medical Writing category for "The Preservation Conversation," by Leah Lawrence