A healthcare research continues to recruit patients who have been diagnosed with acquired thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (aTTP) and live in the Continental US. This research focuses on understanding your experience with aTTP as well as evaluating a questionnaire designed for use in patients with aTTP. This research may help improve how the patients’ experience is accounted for in clinical trials for new treatments.
The Foundation would like to congratulate Dr. Zheng for being recognized with the 2017 Research Innovation in Scientific Excellence (RISE) Award form the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB). More about the award here. Dr.
On October 23, 2017 Sydney Kodatsky (Chair, Answering TTP Foundation) virtually presented to the Entrepreneurial innovation Bootcamp in Rare Diseases hosted in Leuven, Belgium. One of the organizers included TTP researcher Prof. Dr. Karen Vanhoorelbeke.
On Saturday, September 16, 2017, one hundred and fifty registered participants took part in the 7th annual Walk to Answer TTP Together. Participants walked internationally, in their local communities to help raise life-saving awareness and funds for TTP!
The Ohio State University TTP/aHUS face-to-face meeting was made available to non-local participants to join virtually. On Tuesday October 10th, Dr. Cataland welcomed special guest Dr. James N. George, of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.