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Oral history interview with Richard Lipton, 1991.

Creator: Lipton, Richard
Project: Hemophilia oral history collection.
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Phys. Desc. :Transcript: 64 pages Sound recording: 4 sound cassettes
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Scope and Contents

Early medical involvement with treating hemophilia; Judith Poole’s development of cryoprecipitate; laboratory work at Stanford; existence of a hemophilia "community"; development of hemophilia treatment program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center; incorporation of dental care into that program; difficulties of establishing home care for people with hemophilia; involvement in New York Metropolitan chapter of National Hemophilia Foundation; development of purchasing consortium for hemophilia treatment products; development of solvent detergent clotting factor concentrate; advent of and response to AIDS in hemophilia community; issues of denial of responsibility among hemophilia caregivers; lack of transference of hemophilia care model to other chronic diseases; future of hemophilia care


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