5th International Bone Marrow Failure Disease Scientific Symposium 2016
March 17-18, 2016
Hilton Rockville Hotel, Rockville, Maryland
An Intensive Two-Day Conference Convening International Experts at the Forefront of Research and Treatment of Bone Marrow Failure Disease
December 4, 2015
No Bone Unturned: Unraveling the Biology and Treatment for MDS, MPN, AML and Treatment-Related Myeloid Neoplasms
CME-Certified Satellite Breakfast Symposium preceding the 57th ASH Annual Meeting, recorded on December 4, 2015
International leaders in disease research and clinical practice review how cytogenetics and molecular genetics have contributed to a greater understanding of the biology of MDS, MPN, and AML. Topics include diagnosis and prognosis, mutational profiling, epidemiology of secondary MDS/AML, single vs. combination therapies, and alternative bone marrow transplantation.
Webcast now available.
December 5, 2014
Friday Satellite Symposium: MDS and MDS/MPN: Past, Present, and Future
This satellite symposium focused on providing an in-depth and up-to-date review of research related to the biology, prognosis, natural history and therapeutic management of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and myelodysplastic syndromes/myeloproliferative neoplasms (MDS/MPN) overlap.
The program brought together leaders in disease research and clinical practice to explore solutions to improving the care of these patient populations.
Video interviews with Symposium presenters and lay language summaries are available.
4th International Bone Marrow Failure Disease Scientific Symposium 2014
Held in March 2014, The purpose of the 2014 International symposium convened physicians treating bone marrow failure diseases and laboratory researchers studying the immunology and cell biology of bone marrow failure to discuss current areas of controversy, share recent research results and propose specific recommendations for the highest priority directions for basic and clinical research needed to advance the field.
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