Welcome to the Third 2021 Issue of The CLL Society Tribune
While CLL Society is known to unfailingly cover the developing clinical science as it relates to CLL, arming you with facts to increase your ability to advocate for your best possible care, in this issue we bring you more patient stories and articles. Contributing authors share soul, spirit, humor, mental grappling with statistics, a sober look at the boundless range of topics that support group leaders embrace, a romp through the architecture of immunity, reassurance that asking a question is a sign of strength (not weakness), and a successful CAR-T story. Our writers tell, teach, and riff! We hope you enjoy this issue of the CLL Society Tribune. Stay safe and have a happy autumn.
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ASH2020/EHA 2021: Dr. Jennifer Woyach on Protein Kinase C-Beta Inhibitor MS-553 for Relapsed/Refractory Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)
At the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) 2020 our own Dr. Brian Koffman interviewed Dr. Jennifer Woyach, a professor of medicine and hematologist at the James Cancer Center of the Ohio State University. They discussed an ongoing phase 1 clinical trial testing the safety of protein kinase C-beta inhibitor MS-553 in patients with relapsed/refractory CLL. Watch The Interview
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