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MPN Conference in NYC

6th International Symposium on Myeloproliferative Diseases

Wednesday, November 2, 2011, New York City

The Cancer Research & Treatment Fund (CR&T) will co-host with MPN Research Foundation, the 6th International Patient Symposium for individuals with myeloproliferative diseases. Sponsors of this event include: SASS Foundation, Incyte, YM Biosciences, SBio and Geron.

Patients attending this symposium will learn the latest research developments and treatment practices from a panel of distinguished MPD researchers and physicians.

Program Chair: Dr. Richard T. Silver, Weill Cornell Medical Center, Chair, Patient Committee . David Boule, CR&T

Speakers:
Dr. Tiziano Barbui, Ospedali Riuniti di Bergamo
David Boule, CR&T and MPN Research Foundation Board Member
Dr. Sergio Giralt, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Dr. Ronald Hoffman, Mount Sinai Medical Center
Dr. Ruben Mesa, Mayo Clinic
Robert Rosen, Chairman, MPN Research Foundation
Dr. Richard T. Silver, Weill Cornell Medical Center
Dr. Jerry Spivak, Johns Hopkins University Hospital
Dr. Srdan Verstovsek, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Dr. Babette Weksler, Weill Cornell Medical Center

Information: Michael Wargo, V-P Development, CR&T: 212.288.6604

Comments on: "MPN Conference in NYC" (3)

  1. The MPD Patient Symposium will be held on November 6, 2013 in New York at the New York Athletic Club. Invitations and schedules will be send to past participants and also on http://www.crt.org
    For more detailed info, please call CR&T at 212-288-6604.

  2. Cary Gruber said:

    When is the November Conf in NYC?

    Thx

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