Each year The Max Foundation and the International CML Foundation come together during the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Meeting to host a forum for physicians treating chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) in low resource settings. The aim is to provide resources, share programmatic updates and enable robust discussions between leading CML experts and those treating the disease in low- and middle-income countries. This year’s forum will have a new component of small group discussions to allow for a more intimate question & answer session.
If you are a physician attending ASH this year, please join us at the iCMLf Forum for Physicians from Emerging Economic Regions, carried out in partnership with The Max Foundation, on Friday 8th December at 12.30pm. The iCMLf Forum is a unique experience to discuss and share experiences from all around the world. We hope to hear yours!
The 2017 Forum features ‘Perspectives on the Management of CML’ covering the topics of Molecular Monitoring for CML and Treatment Free Remission. Speakers include Dr. Susan Branford (Australia), Dr. Katia Pagnano (Brazil) and Dr. Susanne Saussele (Germany). This year, there is an expanded format for physicians from low- and middle-income countries to “Meet the Expert” at the end of the meeting. In the small group sessions, physicians will be able to hear from and chat with CML experts around the management of TKIs.
The iCMLf Forum for Physicians from Emerging Regions will be held:
12.30pm – 3:30 pm on Friday 8th December
at the Doubletree Downtown Atlanta, Georgia, USA
If you are traveling to ASH this year, please consider joining this meeting. Feel free to share this email and the attached invitation with your colleagues. Please click here to reserve your place or for any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks, as always, for your support!