CLL Society Educational Forums
Ed Forum: “ASH 2020 Comes to You!” February 4th
10:00 AM PT, 11:00 AM MT, 12:00 PM CT, 1:00 PM ET
CLL Society brings ASH 2020 to you! Important research has been presented at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and now, CLL Society brings you CLL experts to explain what top discoveries you need to know.
Dr. Anthony Mato will explain the excitement around LOXO-305, updates from the inform CLL Registry, which confirms CLL Society’s Test Before Treat™ campaign, the impact of del(17p) survival of CLL patients with ibrutinib frontline, and a one-pill triple combination targeting Richter Transformation.
Dr. William Wierda will discuss the TRANSCEND Study: Liso-cel (JCAR017) in combination with ibrutinib, as well as present data from the MRD Cohort of the CAPTIVATE Study.
You will also hear the caregiver perspective about why paying attention to research from ASH is critically important to the wellbeing of CLL patients and how CLL Society delivers this cutting-edge research to you.
And last, but not least, Dr. Brian Koffman will present a treasure chest of other ASH developments, and host our Q & A.
This forum and discussion will be slightly advanced, above the beginner level, but we invite everyone to join and learn.
Don’t miss “ASH 2020 Comes to You!” Register here.
On Nov. 17, CLL Society Virtual Patient & Caregiver Educational Forum with Dr. Deborah Stephens at Huntsman Cancer Institute was a great learning experience for all. In both her research and her clinical practice, Dr. Stephens is known to be particularly sensitive to the issues that are of importance to patients during their CLL journey. Our Instant Replay of Dr. Stephens and her team at Huntsman, partnering with CLL Society again this year to host a well-rounded joint effort to cover the basics of CLL diagnosis, early management, clinical trials, treatment options and patient perspectives. View the Ed Forum On Demand HERE!
CLL Society hosted a Global Virtual Patient & Caregiver Educational Forum on Saturday, October 10 with faculty from across the country. Can’t miss topics from CLL experts will include early management in CLL, Test Before Treat, frontline therapy options, measuring response, clinical trials, CAR-T, vaccines, Richter’s Transformation, and more! Also patients and caregivers spoke about being your own advocate and the value of joining support groups. View the Ed Forum On Demand HERE!