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NCMLS Special Event for CML Patients: 4/26, Worcester, Mass., 6-9 pm EST

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 07:25 PM

Hi all - As you know, countless medical journals and news outlets have documented the remarkable breakthroughs in treating CML patients with with tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs). But those who are now living with CML and taking TKIs have countless questions about how the drugs work, the long term impact, the reasons for the development of additional drugs and the potential for cure.

This event from the National CML Society (U.S.) addresses many of those questions. Attendees will hear directly from leading specialists and researchers from the University of Massachusetts who have an in-depth understanding of new therapeutic advances which will soon be available. These advances include those that further address mutations, as well as research focused on the eradication of Leukemic Stem Cells which many believe is the key to an eventual cure.

CML: A Decade of Progress - A Future of Promise
A program from The National CML Society series: An Evening with the CML Experts™

Thursday, April 26, 2012 - 6 - 9 p.m. EST

Beechwood Hotel; Worcester, Mass.

Free event * Includes dinner * Registration required

More info and registration here: http://goo.gl/ZjFTK

Space is limited - Register Today!

The National CML Society's Evening With the CML Experts™ programs enable participants to interact with some of America's leading experts in CML research and treatment. They focus on the latest news and information on emerging therapies, side-effect management, research and more. Attendees also meet others from the CML community and can learn about services provided by NCMLS.

An unrestricted grant from Novartis Pharmaceuticals helped make this program possible. Portions of the program will be available to the public via videotape at a later date. Watch for announcements.

For more information on The National CML Society you can contact me directly or visit the Facebook page or http://www.nationalcmlsociety.org/ 

Warm regards,

Pat Elliott, Phoenix, Arizona

CML patient and patient advocate

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