CARE™ at ASCO/EHA - Hematology Sessions

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CARE at ASCO/EHA is a virtual educational conference aimed to provide key news and data to Canadian health care professionals

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The CARE™ at ASCO/EHA virtual conference will have leading Canadian hematologists contextualize news and data from the ASCO and EHA 2021 conferences, framing key news from a Canadian perspective.

CARE™ at ASCO/EHA is open to Canadian hematology and oncology professionals, including residents, nurses, pharmacists, and specialists who have an interest in oncology/hematology.

Register to watch this year’s CARE™ at ASCO/EHA virtual conference and gain access to clinical slide decks, live Q&A, as well as the on demand sessions post-event.

This Year's Hematology Session Topics


Thrombosis & Hemostasis

Dr. Wendy Lim – McMaster University

Benign Hematology

Dr. Stéphanie Forté – CHUM

Leukemia & MDS

Dr. Andre Schuh – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Dr. Carolyn Owen – Arnie Charbonneau Cancer Institute

Plasma Cell Dyscrasias

Dr. Peter Anglin – Stronach Regional Cancer Centre

Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Dr. Laurie Sehn – BC Cancer

Hodgkin Lymphoma

Dr. John Kuruvilla – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Cell Therapy

Dr. Ronan Foley – Juravinski Cancer Centre

COVID-19 & Cancer

Dr. Shahid Husain – University Health Network

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CARE™ at ASCO – Solid Tumour Sessions

Click here to see this year’s oncology presentation topics! Clinical solid tumour presentations will be made available on Friday, June 18th.

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CARE™ (Community. Academic. Research. Education) programs provide pan-Canadian specialists opportunities to meet, discuss, and try to fill gaps in knowledge. CARE™ programs are led by key opinion leaders from across Canada, known as the CARE™ Faculty. Faculty members meet throughout the year to discuss news and developments from key conferences in Canada and internationally, and to develop educational initiatives. These education pieces aim to keep Canadian specialists aware of medical news, framed from a Canadian perspective. The CARE™ Faculty examines data on the care and treatment of various disease categories, with the aim of achieving optimal results for patients.

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