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Industry satellite symposiums

  • Satellite symposium at the 4th World Congress of Cutaneous Lymphomas

    Wednesday, 12 February 2020
    Time: 16:15h – 16.45h
    Room: Auditori – Plenary Room
    Title
    Management of chlormethine gel-induced dermatitis: a case-based discussion
    Speaker
    Chair
    Brian Poligone, MD, PhD

    Medical Director

    Rochester Skin Lymphoma Medical Group

    Fairport, NY, USA

    Program
    16:00–16:05

    Opening and welcome

    Brian Poligone, MD, PhD (USA)

    16:05–16:25

    Management of chlormethine gel-induced dermatitis: a case-based discussion

    Brian Poligone, MD, PhD (USA)

    16:25–16:30

    Q&A and closing

    Brian Poligone, MD, PhD (USA)

  • Thursday, 13 February 2020
    Time: 15:30h – 16.00h
    Room: Auditori – Plenary Room 

    TITLE
    CLINICAL IMPORTANCE OF ASSESSING BLOOD INVOLVEMENT IN CTCL 

    PROGRAMME:
    Welcome and introduction
    Maarten Vermeer, MD, PhD
    Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC), Leiden, Netherlands 

    Standardizing the measurement of blood involvement in CTCL patients
    Maarten Vermeer, MD, PhD
    Stephen L. Morris, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR
    Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK 

    What is the prognostic relevance and treatment implications of blood involvement in advanced and less advanced CTCL?
    Maarten Vermeer, MD, PhD
    Stephen L. Morris, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR 

    Discussion and conclusions
    Maarten Vermeer, MD, PhD
    Stephen L. Morris, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR
  • Friday, 14 February 2020
    Time: 13:15h -14:15h
    Room: Auditori – Plenary Room

    TITLE
    CURRENT TREATMENT PATTERNS AND TARGETED AGENTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CTCL

    PROGRAMME:
    13:15–13:20

    Welcome and introductions

    Prof. Pablo Ortiz RomeroHospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, Spain

    13:20–13:35

    Contemporary European treatment patterns and responses in relapsed/refractory CTCL

    Prof. Pablo Ortiz Romero

    13:35–13:50

    Recently approved targeted agents in the management of CTCL

    Prof. Julia ScarisbrickQueen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK

    13:50–14:10 Sharing clinical practice: real-world case studies
    Prof. Julia Scarisbrick, Prof. Pablo Ortiz Romero
    14:10–14:15 Q&A
    Prof. Julia Scarisbrick, Prof. Pablo Ortiz Romero

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