The ASH annual meeting serves as a way for the CDCN to help disseminate cutting edge Castleman disease research
Minds meet to fight Castleman disease
Each year, members of the CDCN team attend the annual American Society of Hematology Meeting to present abstracts of CDCN led Castleman disease research projects as well as to collaborate with physicians and researchers from around the world to discuss key CDCN priorities focused on patient care and the international research agenda.
This meeting is also an opportunity to disseminate best practices in Castleman disease diagnosis and treatment to practicing hematologists from around the world. At ASH, the CDCN hosts a working dinner attended by dozens of physicians and researchers from around the globe, who are dedicated to advancing the understanding and treatment of Castleman disease. The dinner serves as an opportunity for the CDCN’s network of physicians and researchers to discuss new research and set research priorities for the upcoming year.
The annual meeting at ASH is a tremendous example of the power of the CDCN’s collaborative research approach to defeating Castleman disease
This year’s ASH meeting will be held in Orlando Florida from December 7th to December 10th. Link to ASH Meeting. The CDCN will hold the annual CD dinner on Saturday (12/07/19) at 7:30 PM at the Rosen Centre. Details coming soon!