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iCMLf Forum Invite Updated KopieYOU ARE INVITED to discuss future directions of CML at the iCMLf Forum at ASH on Dec 9

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

iCMLf Forum: The next big challenges in CML? – Register now to join the discussion

The iCMLf Forum will take place on December 9th from 12.00 pm to 3.00 pm at the New Orleans Convention Centre, in Riverside, Hampton Inn and Suites.
Lunch will be served from 11.45 am.


  1. The CML Cell Environment
    Professor Michael Deininger (Medical College of Wisconsin, USA)

  2. Persistence in CML
    Assistant Professor Ted Braun (Oregon Health & Science University, USA)

  3. Resistance in CML
    Professor Jorge Cortes (University of Augusta, USA)


  • Professor Timothy Hughes (University of Adelaide, Australia)
  • Lisa Machado (Canadian CML Network, Canada)
  • Professor Jane Apperley (Imperial College London, UK)

The meeting Chair will be Professor Timothy Hughes (University of Adelaide, Australia)

Don’t miss this unique opportunity and register today.
To reserve your place, please email

Download the invitation for the iCMLf Forum here pdf
(1.06 MB)

We hope to see you there!

iCMLf Forum – Pre-attendance Survey

To help us shape the direction of the discussion and to provide comments and questions to our speakers and panellist during the Forum, we have created a small
pre-attendance survey for you.

Our question to you: In your opinion what are 2-3 research questions that you think need to be answered to help us move closer to a CML cure over the next 5-10 years? 

Click here to participate in the survey 

We look forward to reading your answers to this thought-provoking question.