Journal of Clinical Apheresis

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Edited By: Jeffrey L. Winters, M.D.

Impact Factor: 1.835

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 49/70 (Hematology)

Online ISSN: 1098-1101

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Journal Impact Factor Increases

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Fresh from the 2015 ISI Journal Citation Reports ©, the Journal of Clinical Apheresis is pleased to announce it's new and increased impact factor. This year the journal reached 2.432 and is ranked 42nd of the 70 journals indexed in the Hematology category.

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Special Issue: Clinical Applications of Therapeutic Apheresis: An Evidence Based Approach. 7th Edition

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Journal of Clinical Apheresis(JCA)has published it's 7th Edition of the Clinical Applications of Therapeutic Apheresis issue!

The Editors and Authors "believe that this document will appeal to both practitioners with a focus in the area of apheresis medicine and other physicians who may need to use therapeutic apheresis occasionally for the care of their patients."

Sponsored by the American Society for Apheresis (ASFA), whose mission is to lead the field of apheresis through patient and donor care, research, education, and advocacy.

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