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November 2020 - The virtual 22nd Annual John Goldman Conference on Chronic Myeloid Leukemia: Biology and Therapy was a great success with 577 participants from 57 countries. While we could not be together in person the e-conference was still an opportunity to share quality data, discussions, and debates.

Here are some highlights from the virtual meeting for you: You can view the keynote presentations from the 2020 iCMLf Prize recipients on the iCMLf website along with the two best scored abstracts.

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November 2020 - The next highlight in our series of iCMLf conversations is coming up. On December 16th Professor Giuseppe Saglio will host an iCMLf Conversation discussing the CML highlights of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Haematology (ASH). Professors Susan Branford and Susanne Saußele will provide an overview of significant biological and clinical aspects presented during the meeting.

Don’t miss this opportunity and save the date for this live webinar.

CML Highlights of ASH 2020 – Biological and clinical overview

We cannot meet in person during ASH so we bring the CML highlights direct to you. Join leading CML experts as they discuss key aspects of the CML presentations.

  • Chair: Professor Giuseppe Saglio, University of Turin (Italy)
  • Biological overview: Professor Susan Branford,
    SA Pathology/University of South Australia (Australia)
  • Clinical overview: Professor Susanne Saußele, University of Mannheim (Germany)

Date: December 16th at 13.00 Central European Time (CET)

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November 2020 - Please join us for our next iCMLf Conversation on CML. On November 12, Professor Timothy Hughes and Giora Sharf will provide an update on treatment-free remission (TFR) in chronic myeloid leukemia.

Update on treatment-free remission
– Perspectives from a physician and a patient representative

  • Professor Timothy Hughes, SAHMRI/University of Adelaide (Australia)
  • Giora Sharf, Co-Founder of CML Advocates Network and CML patient, Netanyah (Israel)

Date: November 12th at 13.00 Central European Time (CET)

Run.Ride.Cure Wall of FameOctober 2020 - Each year during the John Goldman Conference on CML, participants come to together for a 5k run to celebrate the CML community and to raise funds for the work of the iCMLf. This year the annual John Goldman charity run was virtual – but no less successful.

>$9,200 raised for the iCMLf Move Towards a Cure for CML

With the help of 16 dedicated participants, including; previous preceptors, CML patients, colleagues and supporters  - among them a six year old and an eight year old  - we have raised more than $9,200 through the iCMLf Run.Ride.Cure 2020.

You can meet the amazing team on the iCMLf Run.Ride.Cure 2020 Wall of Fame.

Thanks to everyone for their contributions!

 

Flagge ArgentinienOctober 2020 - Please join us for an iCMLf Conversation on COVID-19 and CML in Spanish. On October 28th Dr Carolina Pavlovsky from Argentina and her colleagues will be sharing their experience with CML management during the pandemic and local perspectives.

CML management during the COVID-19 pandemic – perspectives from Argentina and Columbia (in Spanish)
October 28th at 13.00 Central European Time (CET) / 9.00 Argentinian Time

  • Dr Carolina Pavlovsky, Fundaleu Hospital and Clinical Research Center Buenos Aires (Argentina)Flagge Kolumbien
  • Dr Beatriz Moiraghi, Hospital Ramos Mejía, Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Dr Virginia Abello Polo, Clínica del Country / Fundación Universitaria, Bogotá (Colombia)

Flagge BrasilienBem-vinda - Please join us for the first non-English iCMLf Conversation on COVID-19 and CML in Portuguese. On September 11th Dr Katia Pagnano and her colleagues from Brazil will be sharing their experience with CML management during the pandemic and local perspectives.

CML management during the COVID-19 pandemic – perspectives from Brazil (in Portuguese)
September 11th at 8.00 Brazilian Time (BRT)

  • Dr Katia Pagnano, Universidade de Campinas, São Paulo (Brazil)
  • Dr Ana Carolina Torelli, Hospital Brigadeiro, São Paulo-SP (Brazil)
  • Dr Carla Boquimpani, Instituto Estadual de Hematologica Arthur de Sigueira Cavalcanti, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)