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April 2018 - There are five new presentations on various aspects of CML management. All are recordings of leading expert presentations during a key-opinion leaders' meeting in Adelaide (Australia).

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April 2018 - Three presentations recorded during the 2017 John Goldman Conference on CML have been added to the Virtual Education Program. These talks cover different aspects on therapeutic interventions in children and adolescents with CML, adherence to therapy and the prevalence of CML.

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applications now open for the 2019 program

October 2018 - If you are a clinician treating CML patients in the emerging regions you can now apply for the 2019 iCMLf Clinical Preceptorship Program. With this program you have the unique opportunity to complete a 3-4 week preceptorship at a global CML centre of excellence. Applications are welcome until December 15, 2018.

JGM 2018Highlights from the John Goldman Conference on CML 2018 – view personal perspectives from CML experts

October 2018 - The 20th John Goldman Conference on CML was a great success. Over 280 attendees from 30 countries celebrated the amazing evolution of our knowledge and progress treating CML. We are pleased to share two summaries of the meeting from the perspective of the meeting chairman, Professor Jorge Cortes (with focus on the clinical aspects) and one of the co-chairs, Professor Daniela Krause (with focus on the scientific aspects).

Take a look at the expert videos here

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February 2018 - Every year the International CML Foundation awards three prizes to recognise and reward outstanding achievements and contributions to the management and understanding of CML.

We are very pleased to introduce you to the prize recipients in 2018:

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October 2018 - By supporting the Mt Kilimanjaro:Climb for a Cure 2019 you will help us raise urgently needed funds for the iCMLf CURE Program. This new program invites CML researchers all over the world to work together on specific projects under the banner of ‘CURE’.

25 people have already registered for the Climb for a Cure in October 2019. iCMLf Directors Professors Tim Hughes, Jorge Cortes and Michael Mauro will be climbing along with Nicola Evans, the iCMLf chief executive. Will you support us?