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ESMO Virtual Advanced Course on CAR-T and Next Generation Cell Therapies in Haematology and Solid Tumours 2021

25 - 26 Jun 2021

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Slides and webcasts from all ESMO Advanced courses are open to all, ESMO Members and free ESMO Account holders, according to the presenters' agreement to release them. ESMO thanks the authors for their generosity.

The use of these presentations is for personal educational purposes only.

Learning objectives
  • To learn the biological basis and mechanism of action of CAR-T and other engineered T cell therapy products
  • To learn the major clinical results and toxicities observed in CAR-T cell therapy trials and in the real-life use of CAR-T cells
  • To understand the major challenges related to the clinical use of CAR-T cells
  • To learn and discuss the most innovative T cell therapy approaches

This event has been supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Bristol Myers Squibb.

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Welcome and Course Overview

Presenter: F. Thistlethwaite, UK, C. Bonini, IT

Session: Welcome and course overview

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Haematology (CD19 CAR-T)

Presenter: P. Corradini, IT

Session: Session 1 - Where are we now?

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Health Registries

Presenter: J. Kuball, NL

Session: Session 3 - Optimisig Access to Cell Therapies: Regulatory and Funding Issues - Part 1

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Health Econominc Models

Presenter: P. Morgese, BE

Session: Session 3 - Optimisig Access to Cell Therapies: Regulatory and Funding Issues - Part 2

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