The iCMLf Forum, held annually, is a partnership project between the iCMLf and The Max Foundation. The aim of the meeting is to focus on the challenges faced by physicians in emerging economic regions, where resources are often limited, and to share the work and initiatives implemented to overcome these. The iCMLf Forum showcases specific topics relevant to these regions, highlighting local projects that enhance CML patient management.
Webstreams of the presentations from the iCMLf Forum for Physicians from Emerging Regions 2016 are now available to view. This year's Forum focused on 'Managing the high risk CML patient'. Presenters give the local emerging regions perspectives on each topic followed iCMLf experts and a discussion with the audience.
Webstreams of the presentations from the iCMLf Forum for Physicians from Emerging Regions 2015 are now available to view. Presenters give the local perspectives on each topic followed by discussion with the audience and iCMLf experts.
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‘The iCMLf Forum is always a great opportunity to network. While meeting at the Forum the idea was born to run a clinical trial together with one of the iCMLf scientific advisors’
(Participant from India at the 2015 iCMLf Forum)
Over 80 physicians from 28 countries attended the 2015 iCMLf Forum for Physicians from Emerging Regions that took place at the
beginning of the Annu
al Meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH). The Forum – again organised in partnership with The Max Foundation – was opened by Professor Tim Hughes and moderated by patient advocate and the inaugural iCMLf ERSAP prize winner, Pat Garcia-Gonzalez (CEO of The Max Foundation).
Webstreams of the presentations from the iCMLf Forum for Physicians from Emerging Regions 2014 are now available to view. Presenters give the local perspectives on each topic followed by the iCMLf experts and discussion with the audience.
Webstreams of the presentations of the 2013 iCMLf Forum are now available to view.
1) Implementation of Quantitative PCR of p210 BCR-ABL fusion transcript for CML patients at Valdivia Hospital, Chile
2) Overcoming challenges treating CML: Best practice from Ghana
3) China standardisation project of BCR-ABL detection in CML - an efficient way for multi-centres to simultaneously derive and validate conversion factors