ESO Leukaemia and Lymphoma Course 2015

Oncology Meeting Resources

13 Jun - 16 Jun, Ascona, Switzerland

The main objectives of this year's course were to learn or reinforce knowledge on modern diagnostic tools in haemato-oncology, understand the molecular pathology of leukaemia and lymphoma, retain the salient clinical features of important lymphoma or leukaemia entities, discuss and weigh evidence favouring particular treatment options in haematological oncology, and learn how to handle complications of treatment for lymphoma and leukaemia.

Here, ESMO members will find the slides from the ESO Leukaemia and Lymphoma Course 2015. The use of these presentations is for personal educational purposes only. ESMO thanks the authors for their generosity.

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Presenter Presentation title Session title
Stefan Zimmerli Cancer patients with neutropenia and fever (case discussions) Workshop sessions I (4 groups, rotating)
Randy Gascoyne Lymphoma pathology 101 Workshop sessions I (4 groups, rotating)
Gilles Salles Management of follicular lymphoma Symposium: Lymphoma I
Stefano Luminari Management of patients with peripheral T-cell lymphoma Symposium: Lymphoma I
Julie Vose What is the role of auto PSCT in lymphoma treatment? Symposium: Lymphoma I
Ranjana Advani The standard therapy for Hodgkin's disease Symposium: Lymphoma II
Gerald Illerhaus CNS lymphoma Symposium: Lymphoma II
Michele Ghielmini Treating lymphomas without chemotherapy Symposium: Lymphoma II
Wyndham Wilson Burkitt's lymphoma Burkitt's lymphoma
Michael Seitz and Martin Fey When rheumatology and haemato-oncology are combined Contribution of colleagues from other areas (case discussions)
Thomas Geiser and Martin Fey Cases that require the help of a chest physician Contribution of colleagues from other areas (case discussions)
Christian Hess Neurological problems in leukaemia and lymphoma Contribution of colleagues from other areas (case discussions)
Giampaolo Merlini Amyloidosis Symposium: Troublesome immunoglobulins
John Seymour Immune disorders in lymphoma patients: AIHA and ITP Symposium: Troublesome immunoglobulins
Georg Stüssi Philadelphia negative myeloproliferative neoplasms Symposium: Leukaemias