Save the Date: USCLC Cutaneous Lymphoma Tumor Board

Register here for the USCLC Cutaneous Lymphoma Tumor Board, June 14, 2023.

The United States Cutaneous Lymphoma Consortium invites you to the cutaneous lymphoma tumor board, "Healthy patient, bad prognosis -- discussing long term strategies for managing aggressive CTCL," at 8:00 pm EDT, Wednesday, June 14, 2023, via Zoom, presented by Jennifer DeSimone, MD, and Alejandro Gru, MD, from the University of Virginia.

Three challenging cases will be discussed for which clinical presentation will be accompanied by an evaluation of histological sections of skin biopsies and relevant additional tests. Experts in cutaneous lymphoma, Cecilia LaRocca, MD, and Ellen Kim, MD, will comment on clinical presentation and discuss the differential diagnosis of dermatopathological studies.

We are looking forward to seeing you soon! Feel free to share the message and invite your colleagues to join us at the tumor board and join the USCLC for more educational activities keeping up with cutaneous lymphoma!

 Save the Date: EORTC Cutaneous Lymphoma Tumour Group Annual Meeting

Save the Date for the EORTC Cutaneous Lymphoma Tumour Group Annual Meeting, 21-23 September 2023.

Call for registration and abstracts: 3 April 2023. Learn more here.

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