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Today on the CLL Society website, we share Dr. Thomas Kipps lecture from the Patient Empowerment and Education Meeting held at UCSD in April 2015 about how monoclonal antibodies work. Please take a look here to see the article and a video of his talk.
The countdown is on! We’re 3 weeks away from the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting in Orlando and the abstracts have been released. So much exciting news about CLL, so much to read, so many decisions! We’ll be spreading ourselves thin to cover the latest data, talk to the cutting-edge researchers and share it with you in our next issue of The CLL Tribune, as well as the CLL Society website!
SAVE THE DATE: If you live in the Los Angeles area, please consider attending a post-ASH patient education forum and CLL Society LA support group launch in conjunction with City of Hope. The meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. You can access the flyer here and pre-registration is requested. We look forward to meeting you there.
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Volunteer Medical Director of the CLL Society