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ASH 2019 – Top Data and Developments

The research objectives of this Syndicated Report:

  • Capture areas of greatest excitement regarding data presented or developments that took place during the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting, December 2019 in Orlando, FL.

Methodology: InCrowd MicroSurvey
Crowds: Hematologists and Hematology-Oncologists
Sample Size: n=75 physicians, each providing three separate mentions for a total of 225 unique data points
Fielding Period:
Two days immediately following conference close
Screening Criteria: Qualified respondents are US-based hems and hem/oncs who:

  • Attended the ASH Annual Meeting held between Dec 7–10, 2019 in Orlando, FL

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