Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Medicine

Hann, Hie-Won L

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Hie-Won L. Hann, MD

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32 South 10th Street
Main Building, Suite 480
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-8900
(215) 503-2527 fax

Medical School

Seoul National University, Korea - 1961

Residency

Children's Hospital of Boston

Fellowship

Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Antitumor effect of deferoxamine on human hepatocellular carcinoma growing in athymic nude mice
  2. Iron enhances tumor growth. Observation on spontaneous mammary tumors in mice
  3. Prognostic importance of serum transferrin and ferritin in childhood Hodgkin's disease
  4. Effect of iron and desferoxamine on cell growth and in vitro ferritin synthesis in human hepatoma cell lines
  5. Increased serum ferritin in chronic liver disease: A risk factor for primary hepatocellular carcinoma
  6. Effects of isoferritins on human granulocytes
  7. Iron nutrition and tumor growth: Decreased tumor growth in iron-deficient mice
  8. Basic and acidic isoferritins in the sera of patients with neuroblastoma
  9. Prognostic factors in neuroblastoma
  10. Source of increased ferritin in neuroblastoma: Studies with concanavalin a-sepharose binding
  11. Human Ferritins Present in the Sera of Nude Mice Transplanted with Human Neuroblastoma or Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  12. Hepatitis B virus and primary hepatocellular carcinoma: Family studies in Korea
  13. Differences between Neuroblastoma Stages IV-S and IV
  14. Biologic Differences between Neuroblastoma Stages IV-S and IV: Measurement of Serum Ferritin and E-Rosette Inhibition in 30 Children
  15. Serum Ferritin as a Guide to Therapy in Neuroblastoma
  16. Leukocyte migration inhibition of leukemia‐associated antigen in children with acute leukemia and their family members
  17. The periodic acid‐schiff reaction and prognosis in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia
  18. Lymphoblasts with T‐cell markers in five girls with acute lymphocytic leukemia
  19. Studies of T, B, and null lymphocytes during the course of acute lymphocytic leukemia
  20. PRECIPITATING ANTIBODIES IN THE SERA OF TRANSFUSED PATIENTS: POSSIBLE CONFUSION WITH ANTI‐AU