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ASH logoDecember 2022 - Only one week to go until the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Haematology Association that will take place in New Orleans from December 10-13, 2022. Participants will have the opportunity to attend the meeting in-person or virtually. Access to the virtual platform will begin on December 7, 2022.

For many of us this will be the first in person ASH since the pandemic began! To help you plan your CML meeting schedule we have compiled a list of CML related sessions for your convenience.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          There are three exciting opportunities to meet the iCMLf during and after the meeting:

We are looking forward to seeing you live in New Orleans or online!

If you like to get in touch with us during ASH, please email

iCMLf Forum Invite Updated KopieNovember 2022 - What are the next big challenges in CML? What are the most promising new approaches? What brings us closer to a cure for CML? These are challenging questions and finding a cure for CML is complex. However, we want to address exactly this.

Do you want to help shape the discussion? Then join our speakers and panellists of renowned CML experts for the iCMLf Forum at ASH on December 9th. Details of the program can be found below. Please register ASAP by emailing as we do need to confirm numbers this week.

Even if you cannot attend the meeting in person you can still help. Participate in the survey to let us know the research questions you believe need to be answered to move us closer to a cure for CML.

Have a look at the first answers here...

Collage Bhatia MauroNovember 2022 - During our last iCMLf Conversation for the year, in December we will present CML highlights from this year’s American Society of Hematology (ASH) Meeting.

Professor Ravi Bhatia (Birmingham) and Professor Michael Mauro (New York) will share the significant clinical and biological updates for CML that will be presented during the meeting.

If you will not be able to attend ASH, or would just like a recap of the CML highlights, this is an opportunity to get a first-hand, expert summary fresh from the conference.

Don’t miss out, join us for the live webinar on Zoom on Monday, December 19th at 2 pm Central European Time.


iCMLf Forum Invite Updated KopieNovember 2022 - We are looking forward to seeing you at the upcoming ASH Annual Meeting and welcoming you to our iCMLf Forum: ‘New next big challenges in CML?’

At this forum, we will take a look at future directions of CML. What are the next big challenges in CML? What are the most promising new approaches? What research questions need to be answered to help us to move closer to a cure for CML?

Our speakers and panellists of renowned experts in the field will share their perspectives and discuss key challenges in CML in the coming years. You are invited to join the discussion!

Numbers are limited. Please register ASAP by emailing

We’re pleased to share the 2021-2022 iCMLf Annual Report. To begin, it’s a pleasure to start with a note from the Chairman and Chief Executive.

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

This year as we slowly work our way into a new normal after the peak of the pandemic, our efforts have solidified into two key areas:

  1. Harnessing our power through global research
  2. Raising the bar for CML best practice around the world

As we began our financial year in September 2021 the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 had yet to arrive and we were still collecting cases for the iCMLf COVID-19 registry. Two hundred physicians from 58 countries submitted a total of 1,050 cases giving a truly global perspective of the impact of COVID-19 on people with CML. The four publications from this registry data have all shown that people with well-controlled CML have the same risk profile as that of the general population for outcomes of COVID-19. We are incredibly proud of the work and global collaboration that resulted from this registry in spite of the devastation that made it necessary.

ASH Save the date FinalOctober 2022 - Are you coming to the ASH Annual Meeting this year? And would you like to join us for a multi-stakeholder discussion on future directions of CML?

If so, please save the date for this year’s iCMLf Forum hat will take place on Friday 9th December from 12-3 pm.

Download the ‘Save-the-date’ invitation here