Celebrating the 10th Annual

Canadian Hematology Conference 2020

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• Leading clinical presentations
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• Follow-up Q&A with CHC speakers
• Year-round access to recorded CHC 2020 presentations

Event Chairs

Dr. John Kuruvilla
(Princess Margaret Cancer Centre)

Dr. Peter Anglin
(Stronach Regional Cancer Centre)

Clinicial Presentations

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Plasma Cell Dyscrasias 

New Developments in Amyloidosis 
Dr. Chris Venner – Cross Cancer Institute

Myeloma 2020 and Beyond 
Dr. Keith Stewart – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Where Are We Headed in CLL?
Dr. Michael Hallek – Universität zu Köln (Cologne, Germany)

Front Line Management of CLL
Dr. Graeme Fraser – Juravinski Cancer Centre

Relapse CLL in 2020
Dr. Carolyn Owen – University of Calgary

Immunotherapy

The Challenges Ahead: A Translational Science Perspective on Immunotherapy 
Rob Laister, Translational Scientist, PhD – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Cell Therapy
Dr. Ronan Foley – Juravinski Cancer Centre

Antibody-Based Immunotherapy
Dr. John Kuruvilla – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma I

Axicabtagene Ciloleucel in DLBCL: Determinants of Efficacy 
Dr. Frederick Locke – Moffitt Cancer Center (Florida, USA)

Relapsed Follicular Lymphoma: A Therapeutic Challenge
Dr. Michael Crump – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

The Use of RT in NHL in Canada: Evolving Paradigms
Dr. Richard Tsang – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Acute Leukemia, MDS, & MPNs

AML in 2020: Evolving Therapeutics that are Changing Therapy
Dr. Eunice Wang – Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center (New York, USA)

New Developments in MDS Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Therapy 
Dr. Rena Buckstein – Odette Cancer Centre

Reviewing MPNs in 2020: A Practical and Therapeutic Approach
Dr. Vikas Gupta – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Translational Science

Towards Biology – Informed Management of B-Cell Lymphoma
Dr. Robert Kridel – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Immunoprofiling for the Clinician: Lessons from Cell Therapy
Dr. Marcus Butler – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma II

Mantle Cell Lymphoma: Current Standards and Future Perspectives 
Dr. Martin Dreyling – LMU Hospital (Munich, Germany)

Current Management Approaches to Patients with Non-MALT Marginal Zone Lymphoma
Dre Catherine Thieblemont – Hôpital Saint-Louis (Paris, France)

Treatment Landscape of Waldenström Macroglobulinemia
Dr. Steve Treon – Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Massachusetts, USA)

Marginal Zone Lymphoma
Dr. Emanuele Zucca – Oncology Institute of Southern Switzerland (Bellinzona, Switzerland)

PET-Pearls and PET-Falls: The Role in Follicular Lymphoma
Dr. Judith Trotman – Concord Repatriation General Hospital (Sydney, Australia)

Hodgkin Lymphoma

Limited Stage Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 2020: A Practical Approach Based on Today’s Data 
Dr. Martin Hutchings – Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Advanced Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 2020: A Practical Approach Based on Today’s Data
Dr. Jonathan Friedberg – Wilmot Cancer Institute (New York, USA)

How we treat R/R-cHL in Canada in 2020
Dr. John Kuruvilla – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Radiation Therapy in Hodgkin Lymphoma 2020: Balancing Risks
Dr. David Hodgson – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

About CHC 2020

CHC is the largest multi-disciplinary hematological conference across Canada. It brings together a pan-Canadian and International Faculty to showcase cutting-edge research and developments in the field of hematology. This meeting covers a breadth of topics, including (but not limited to): Plasma Cell Dyscrasias, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Hodgkin’s Disease, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Immunotherapy, Translational Science, Leukemia & MDs.

Dr. John Kuruvilla (Princess Margaret Cancer Centre) and Dr. Peter Anglin (Stronach Regional Cancer Centre) will co-chair this event. CHC 2020 is open to Canadian hematology professionals, including residents, nurses, pharmacists, and specialists who have an interest in hematology.

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