The first-ever TIF-developed Global Review of Thalassaemia is now a fact!
The Global Thalassaemia Review 2021 was put together by TIF, in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO), as a collection of independent reports, to document the existing situation with thalassaemia across the world in the context of the various components of public health, clinical and social services, which are deemed essential for patients’ survival and wellbeing.
This video briefly introduces the Review’s key objectives and findings, highlighting the huge heterogeneity and inequality that people affected by thalassaemia still encounter in terms of access to quality healthcare services in many countries across the world.
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To improve clarity of presentation and facilitate readers, the Global Thalassaemia Review 2021 has been further divided into chapters:
1 Global Epidemiology of β-Thalassaemia
2 Prevention of Thalassaemia
3 Effectiveness of Prevention Programmes
4 Blood – The Global Scene Today
5 Iron Overload in Thalassaemia
6 Global Review of MRI Services
7 Multidisciplinary Care and Reference Centres
8 Social Health Protection and Thalassaemia
9 Estimating the Cost of Thalassaemia Care
10 Disease Burden of TDT
11 Thalassaemia Registries
12 Value of Patients´ Engagement
13 Unmet Needs of Patients
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